Skip to comments.The Pelosi-Mobile is Here
Posted on 04/07/2009 12:30:32 PM PDT by rocksblues
Barack Obama dismissed Rick Wagoner, and he is reportedly planning to dismiss a majority of GMs Board of Directors. He also says he wants bold reform, so that General Motors offers the sort of cutting-edge products that the car buyers of today and tomorrow want. He also doesnt like the Chevy Volt.
So what does Barack Obama expect us to drive? Todays news gives us reason to worry. Maybe Obama doesnt want Americans to own cars at all; maybe he expects us to buy this
(Excerpt) Read more at redstate.com ...
They can have my Firebird when they pry it from my cold dead fingers!
Molan labe, from the Greek, “Come and take them”
Oh yea, locked and loaded here
Relax, the government is now covering your car warranty. Soon to appear in your town:
They can have my 12 ga after I have expended all 500 rounds.
“He also says he wants bold reform, so that General Motors offers the sort of cutting-edge products that the car buyers of today and tomorrow want.....”
Yeah right, dipwad!....it’s called a bike!
I just can’t see that thing getting you out off of these hills here in a foot of snow!
With a claimed top speed of 35 mph and a range of up to 35 miles, the PUMA is just what Congress and Obama ordered.
It’s a pile of crap!.....
You pull out in front of my F-250 and get creamed no problem, you are already in a wheel chair. Think how much we’ll save in medicare now paid to the Scooter Store.
OBAMA: “Come the Revolution you WILL like the Puma.”
If GM and Chrysler go into bankruptcy, the union employees will wish they never voted for zero.
I got me a new little car, and it's called the PUMA! Eeeeeeeeeeeeee!
“Ehh, how many lumps you want with that?”
“Oh, better give me a whole lotta lumps!”
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