Denial Isn’t Just a River in Egypt

Wasn’t it the Regime’s good friend Al Franken aka Stuart Smalley who once wrote that denial is not just a river in Egypt? Perhaps he should mention that to Government Motors. They are flummoxed because there aren’t enough silly self-important libs willing to pay $40,000 to proclaim their desire to save Mother Earth from evil fossil fuel pollution. They expected to sell 45,000 Volts, but they fell a teensy weensy bit short of that, as in 43,374. It’s not that no one wants their green machines. It’s the media’s fault.

GM blamed the lack of sales in January on “exaggerated” media reports and the federal government’s investigation into Volt batteries catching fire, which officially began in November and ended Jan. 21,” the Ann Arbor (Mich.) News reported.

When you start blaming the media, Guys, you have lost the argument.

2 comments

  1. Did Rush Limbaugh put down his ice cream, cigar, and illegal prescription drugs long enough to admit he was wrong for calling Ms. Flukes a slut who should make porn for him? Was he being sincere? As one that said “Rush was right” about “calling a slut a slut”, “what say you now? Let me guess… you will not backdown because, unlike Rush, you have nothing to lose (unemployed as you are). Rush shall not get away with this insincere apology- we will continue to force this drug addict off of the commercial airwaves. Maybe he can move where you did- begging disturbed “fans” for subscription fees…..

  2. SH**,
    I knew that your prolonged absence was simply too good to be true. I find your use of the term “we” in your threat rather revealing. Just exactly who are you referring to? Rush merely proved what our President has demonstrated ad nauseum, that apologies are essentially meaningless and accomplish nothing towards mollifying the offended party. Good luck on your campaign to force Rush off the air, everything seems to be going well so far. Don’t hold your breath!!

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