OK, so it turns out Pontiac gave away 276 brand new Pontiac G6s and even paid the taxes on them. But what no one accounted for is these cars will count against the "winners" income taxes, moving some into a completely new bracket. That will cost them thousands of dollars (the figure for some was $7,000) come April 2005. So you get a $28,000 car for nothing and might have to pay $7,000, once, for the new car? And you're complaining? Gift horse meet 276 mouths. If anyone is unhappy I will take your new G6 and take the 1/4 cost.
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