A C&Ler emailed this in. This defines hypocrisy:
If you're doing an investment firm commercial that touches on the subject of, say for example, honing one's talent to a fine point ... you get Tiger Woods to be your spokesperson. If you're doing a PSA on World Charities, you get someone who has championed the cause in the past like Bono.
So when General Motors decided to do a radio campaign touting their fuel efficient new cars that will help to reduce dependence on oil and protect the global climate ... the choice was obvious!
Curious whether or not the Suburban was in the original GM bullet points, or did Rush just throw that in so as not to feel silly lying his butt off.