- Feb 20, 2009
- W124 E220 Estate Auto
Totally agree.The silly think I feel is that most of the sheep who took part in the scheme didn't really do all that well out of it.
I mean the people who didn't really want or need a new car, but talked themselves into it thinking that they were getting a great deal, trading in a typical car probably worth about £1000-1500 and buying a new £8/10/12k eurobox on finance
Fair enough, it's good value if you needed (and wanted) specifically a brand new car and had a complete snotter of a car worth a couple of hundred quid, but I can't help but feel overall that most people who took part liked the idea of thinking that they were getting a great deal, when IMHO most of them didn't really.
Nobody I know voted for Globalisation...Its Darwinian theory in action but a in a different way, the re-distrobution of wealth, it occurs entirely naturally through our own "self destruct" mechanism. This used to be a country of great standing and industry, now its propping up and furthering the causes of other countries through the electorates own stupid choices and their choice of politician.