While walking by a large U.S. Postal Service facility by my work, I noticed a dozen newer-model cars in a secured parking area. A sign on each vehicle indicated that they were for official government use.
I suddenly realized that we've been duped. Not only have we paid to bail out the auto industry, but we are also paying to insure its success by buying all of those cars.
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