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The 'Cash for Clunkers' program that gave $1 billion toward buying marginally better MPG rated vehicles has run out of money. Should the program be continued?Yes, it obviously was a success, so we need more for it.21%118 votesNo, it didn't help people get fuel efficient cars and added to an enormous deficit.24%140 votesThe government never should have done it to start with.50%292 votesI'm not sure.5%29 votesRead a story about the 'Cash for clunkers' programMost Viewed StoriesMost Viewed StoriesMore>>Homeowner reportedly cut intruder in head with macheteHomeowner reportedly cut intruder in head with macheteUpdated: Wednesday, January 7 2015 6:27 AM EST2015 01 07 11:27:34 GMTMemphis police are searching for the person who tried to break into a home near Horn Lake Road.More >>An oil tycoon's ex wife refused a $975 million check because she says she's entitled to more.More >>Goose Creek man sentenced to prison, probation in 'horrific' 2013 animal cruelty caseGoose Creek man sentenced to prison, probation in 'horrific' 2013 animal cruelty caseUpdated: Wednesday, January 7 2015 4:06 PM EST2015 01 07 21:06:02 GMTA judge sentenced a Goose Creek man charged with 10 counts of animal cruelty to a combination of prison time and probation in connection with a 2013 incident.More >>A judge sentenced a Goose Creek man charged with 10 counts of animal cruelty to a combination of prison time and probation in connection with a 2013 incident. We areMore >>"But all of this other drilling that's going on down there in the more shallow waters there's no reason to have a moratorium."This is actually a perfect description of the Obama policy. It was as if Boehner had denounced the health care reform law by saying that it would probably be a good idea to require people to have insurance and subsidize it for the poor, but that there was absolutely no reason to nationalize all the hospitals and have them run by the Army.