July 27, 2007


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!

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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.

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