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What a Re”Volt”ing Development – Dud or Deathtrap?

What a great advertising gimmick, NOT! A National Tour is necessary?

First Responders Perform Live Extrication on a Chevrolet Volt

chevrolet | August 31, 2010

Watch as a Chevrolet Volt is methodically dismantled at a training exercise for emergency personnel in Chicago and learn about Chevrolet and OnStar’s partnership with the National Fire Prevention Association on electric vehicle training for first responders.

I don’t know about the reader, but I just feel all warm and fuzzy, again, NOT! Hey I say, if Congress and the White House used our taxpayer money for bailing out a manufacturer who designed mobile electric chairs, let them drive these beasts. Lead by example, hug your union buds, show Americans how you really support what you desire to push on “We the People”.

White House, Senators, House Representatives be the first proud owners, give one to each of your wives or husbands, don’t forget your children and grandchildren. Let’s see how you put our money where your mouth is!

The Good Samaritan clause ends in a Volt crash. I mean it could turn into one hell of an electrifying experience~

Oh no… General Motors Considering New Engines for Eco-Friendly Chevy Volt… I wonder why?

Easy on the Environment, Tough on Passengers! – Could be a smoking good slogan!?!

What if it’s raining, what if there’s a short in the system, what if the driver is getting electrocuted, what if the battery breaks open? Inquiring minds want to know.

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Party On! At the United States White House on the Taxpayers’ Dollars

The Obamas live like kings while the serfs struggle to pay for it all

“Non-stop travel, non-stop parties, and celebrities in and out of the WH….This is the Obama WH.”

But he’s just getting started, it’s a new year. Let’s go double for NOTHING because “Yes We Can“. Wikipedia excerpt:

…”Yes We Can” is a collage-style music video inspired by US President Barack Obama’s popularization of the slogan “Yes we can.” During the 2008 US presidential campaign following the New Hampshire Democratic Primary, then-Senator (now President) Barack Obama, used the similar English translation of the slogan of United Farm Workers (UFW) – “Sí, se puede” (Spanish for “Yes, it can be done”) in his speech. The slogan dates back to 1972 when Cesar Chavez and the UFW’s co-founder, Dolores Huerta, came up with the slogan during Chavez’s 24-day fast in Phoenix, Arizona.[1]…”

Taxpayers to Fork Out $2.5 Million for Single Census Ad During Super Bowl
Just look at what Congress has been up to before Scott Brown gets seated – 111th Congress Bills – Open and Passed. The Congress appears to be spending like there is no tomorrow too, hmm?