Wednesday, December 31, 2008

The 2012 Pelosi GTxi SS/RT Sport Edition

From Congressional Motors: All new for 2012, the Pelosi GTxi SS/Rt Sport Edition is the mandatory American car so advanced it took $100 billion and an entire Congress to design it.



HT: KauaiMark AND Anonymous (sorry I left this out before)

7 Comments:

At 12/31/2008 1:17 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Heh, I posted the link to this in the comments section of your "Happy Holiday From Sunny Florida" post.

You should be "Hat Tipping" me.

 
At 12/31/2008 1:56 PM, Anonymous Eric H said...

The comedic genius of Dave Burge strikes again.

http://iowahawk.typepad.com/iowahawk/

 
At 12/31/2008 3:21 PM, Blogger Page W.H. Brousseau IV said...

Classic!

 
At 12/31/2008 5:21 PM, Blogger QT said...

Anon.

How can one hat tip a person who posts as an Anonymous?

The alternative is to pick an ID. You are still anonymous but your positions have to be owned.

It gets a bit confusing for the rest of us when there is more than one Anon. posting.

Just a thought.

 
At 12/31/2008 8:46 PM, Anonymous Cromagnum said...

Please also acknowledge the maker of the video, David Burger aka IowaHawk, who does alot of conservative humor

Iowahawk.typepad.com

He complained that someone stole his first idea, under "anonymous source"

The actual URL for the video author's blog entry is:
http://iowahawk.typepad.com/iowahawk/2008/12/the-pelosi-gtxi-ssrt-take-2.html

 
At 12/31/2008 9:49 PM, Anonymous Mika said...

Ha!Ha! This is fun, but if you woke us up in the middle of the night, we'd all have to admit that we know Pelosi and the others really have no desire to own or control the American auto industry. . . . It's a "bridge LOAN" to give them another shot and nothing more. . . .In fact, is it not the conservative Republicans (including Bush) who insisted upon all the strings attached to the loans . . . i.e. more government micro-managing of free enterprise?

 
At 1/01/2009 2:41 AM, Blogger @sethstorm said...

This is what we will get from the transplant makers.

Oversized, all-weather golf-carts from countries that never knew affordable performance (or simply abandoned it).

 

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