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I don't think that it helped the economy at all. Since we, the tax payers, paid for people to get a discount, it's not like the money came out of no where.

Also, I don't think that it was a good environmental move, since the car engines were destroyes as opposed to scavanged for parts and then recycled.

All in all, I think it was a bad idea. It worked out for people who bought cars, but I don't think there's a net gain with this program.

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