July 30, 2010

Nice work, Blutarsky

Administration spokesman Robert Gibbs ranted about Rush Limbaugh and how the government takeover of GM and Chrysler was a good thing, then made the kind of gaffe that we've come to expect from this administration of dunces:

"I'll let those that sat in the cheap seats a year-and-a-half ago and wanted to walk away" from a million workers, he continued, "explain to every one of those workers why they made that decision."

Finally, he wrapped it up: "And then you should ask Mr. Limbaugh — I don't know what kind of car he drives, but I bet it's not an F-150."

Ford, which makes the F-150 pickup, didn't take the bailout, and was the first of the three companies to turn a profit.

Posted by Confederate Yankee at July 30, 2010 09:19 AM

It's 1984 all over again as the WHite House disseminates information for the ignorant masses in ObamaSpeak - a new dystopian language. SHOCKING story at:

Peace! :-)

Posted by: Al Dente at July 30, 2010 09:36 AM

some of the most dangerous people in the world are the ones who think they know everything

Posted by: rumcrook¾ at July 30, 2010 10:42 AM

heh, I guess this shows they just get their Rush statements from Media Matters.
Rush used to talk about how great the GM vehicles were that they were getting as a part of the show. . . not that even then he admitted to driving them himself all that often (His car's tend to be a Benz).
Even while pushing the Suburban (I think he owns or owned one for the estate) he was lambasting the folly of the bailout.
And he was right.
GM is not "All better now".
The broke gm was renamed and sold off to a holdings company. They are selling off propety holdings to pay off the loans, and what is called New GM is running the car business giving us a car, the Volt, they are guaranteed to lose money on.
If GM sells every single Volt, they will not make a dime.
At $41,000 they lose thousands per car.

Posted by: JP at July 30, 2010 11:56 AM