The Ghost of Snapped Shot

Or, welcome to my low-maintenance heck.

Government-Defined Success

A radio station in Texas has discovered that, *shock of all shocks*, the price of new cars is now in many cases far lower than the price for the same car, used.

That's funny—I'm pretty much sure that we conservatives saw this coming from day fricking one.

Strange Situation: New Cars, in Some Cases, Cost Less than the Same Model Used

Due to an unprecedented shortage of late model used cars, local car dealers say it is actually cheaper, in many cases, to buy a brand new car than to buy a used version of the same model, 1200 WOAI's Bud Little reports.

That is an exact opposite of the decades old tradition of cars falling in value by as much as 20% 'right after being driven off the lot,' due to price depreciation.

Once again we learn that when the Federal government acts unrestrained in whatever manner it desires, the only result American citizens will get is financial pain.

Just imagine what these economic DUNCES are going to do to your healthcare.


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