Chevrolet Volt owner shows Newt Gingrich how to put a gun rack in one
Aspiring zookeeper and frequent Tiffany's shopper Newt Gingrich made some fresh waves in his wavy presidential campaign last week in Georgia, claiming the Obama administration wanted to force smaller vehicles and electric cars like the Chevrolet Volt on Americans, saying: "You can't put a gun rack in a Volt." One Chevrolet Volt owner took that as a challenge.
In the video below, the Volt owner -- also apparently from Georgia -- says he made the video to respond to the cheap shots by Gingrich made against the Volt, noting it's made and designed in the United States, unlike nearly every other hybrid or electric vehicle on American roads. All we'll add is that while GM says it didn't design the Volt to be a "political punching bag" and might not be the first choice for a hunting trip, it did shoot battery packs to ensure they wouldn't blow up if bullets passed through. (They don't.)
Without the earth there is no man, and if we plunder all of our resources how are we supposed to live? These people live in a fucking fairytale world, they honestly don't know how anything works. They are merely trying to relate with whatever the naive and unsustainable demands of the far-right wingers are to get into office and subsequently get paid.