Michigan governor Jennifer Granholm, who apparently has not much else to do, calls Rush Limbaugh “un-American” for his on-air statement that Obama Motors’ Chevy Volt is a “lemon.”
The truth is the ultimate defense: The thing is a piece of crap. It costs more than $40,000 and only goes 40 miles on a charge. But Granholm’s ridiculous charge that Limbaugh is un-American based on his review of an automobile isn’t the most bizarre part of the story.
As Limbaugh has pointed out repeatedly, when he said the Volt was a lemon, he was reading from an article in the New York Times. The title of the article: GM’s Electric Lemon.
As nobody has pointed out even once that I’ve heard, the Canadian-born Granholm has a hell of a set of balls calling anyone un-American. Put the back bacon on the grill, cheer for hockey as if it was a real sport, and then say it again.
Here’s the Clueless Canadienne in action.
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