View Full Version : Autos Got It In The Neck - Now What?

26-08-2009, 01:50 PM
The cash for clunkers ended this week for cars.

Now it's the appliances that are gonna get it! Hah!

Old energy-hogging refrigerators and freezers qualify for recycling and cash from more than 60 utilities across the nation.

The federal government is making money available to states so consumers could get rebates of $50 to $200 for new, more energy-efficient appliances later this year in a so-called "cash for appliances" program.

Combined, the appliance initiatives have a goal similar to the cash-for-clunker program for autos.

They are going to make the unions fat and more powerful and then when it all falls apart like it currently is for the auto makers who find themselves with vast surplusses of hurried-up cars and trucks, they too will be out on the duffs and looking for work all over again.

The yoyo effect will totally kill the manufacturing incentives for sure this time.

There are a lot of sore noses for all the nether-kissing of the politicos and their bedmates for the last Hisself Obama Titanic Fiasco - the bread lines will form over there <<-----

This newest DC ploy will supposedly will get less-efficient appliances off the nation's energy grid in favor of newer efficient ones - but in reality it's just another way to keep the general public behind the credit card 8-ball so they won't feel the knife in their backs.

When will the general public figger it all out?