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Oh yes, things are going to be oh so much better with Obama, Geithner, Reid and Pelosi running GM.  But we can rest in the knowledge that President Obama is reluctant to do this.  See he’s not interested in doing this.  Well I for one feel reassured.  I’m looking forward to what the next line of cars will be like.

I had a friend yesterday say he’s hoping they’ll bring the Dodge Shadow back because that will definitely increase car sales.

I personally am looking forward to the 2012 Pelosi GTxi SS/RT Sport Edition.  That looks like a winner!

Also, Government ingenuity at work already – paying lobbyists to influence itself.  Brilliant!

Picture HT: The Riddleblog via Todd Pruitt





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5 comments
  1. They should change the name to the 3-GM Corporation. The Government's Green General Motors. New slogan, You can have any color you want, as long as it's green. But Obama's followers will buy then anyway! We're no longer a Republic, just
    an “Obama-nation”!

  2. I'm hoping for one of those sweet rides like the Flintstones used to have … so I can run one the ground and push it. Whoo-hoo!

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