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Rush Limbaugh apologizes to Georgetown law student Sandra Fluke: "I'm sorry for using insulting word choices," he said. "Next time I will consult a thesaurus before describing a floozy who wants taxpayers to pay for her recreational unmarried sex."
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GMC Volts selling better than opponents predicted, Obama saysby Heddon Sand
March 5, 2012, Washington, DC — President Obama today said his favorite environmentally friendly car, the Government Motor Company's Chevy Volt, has been much more popular than his political opponents had predicted.
"The Republicans said nobody would buy Chevy Volts because they cost too much, don't go fast enough or far enough, and don't help the environment," Obama told an organization of GMC automotive engineers. "But they were wrong. Despite this model's shortcomings, we have sold 1,626 Volts so far in 2012."
"I'm happy to announce that we should meet this year's goal sometime during Mitt Romney's second term," he said.
Mann defended his predictions, which have been consistently far more optimistic than actual results.
"I'm living up to the promises I made to President Obama when he got Congress to buy GMC and asked me to head the company," Mann said. "I told him I would help him stop Americans from burning fossil fuels and vowed to always tell him what he wants to hear. Making accurate projections is above my pay grade."
Assistant Energy Secretary Noah Count said GMC has already taken steps to to meet the unanticipated demand for Volts.
"We will adjust employee numbers downward by about 1,300 and we will reduce energy consumption at the Volt factory by 99 percent," he said.
Count said the adjustments will conserve energy because fewer commutes to GMC factories will be required, stationary conveyor belts consume no electricity, and unoccupied buildings require neither air conditioning nor heat.
"Former Volt workers also will get two years of unemployment compensation as long as they agree not to take jobs that pay less than the taxpayer-subsidized jobs at GMC and Solyndra," he said.
Mayne said he might hire as many as five former GMC employers to help convince large corporations to replace fleet vehicles with Volts. He pointed out that General Electric, headed by former Obama Jobs Czar Jeffrey Immelt, has ordered its employees to buy Volts.
"Jeff knew employees would drive Volts if the company paid for recharging the batteries," he said. "And to make sure, he stopped reimbursing expenses of employees who keep burning gas. If it weren't for Jeff, we probably would have sold 26 instead of 1,626 Volts."
Internal Revenue Service Director Penny Wise said her agency will take steps to improve Volt production.
"We will probably disallow deductions for driving gas cars by all Americans," she said. "Our calculations show that companies will switch to Volts if they can't write off their gasoline-powered vehicles."
United Mine Workers of America President Cole Burns said his union is solidly behind the Chevy Volt.
"More than 80 percent of electricity generated in the U.S. comes from coal-fired power plants," he said. "If people buy more Volts, they will buy more electricity, and we'll have to dig up more coal."
Future Firefighters of America President Arson Nyst said his group wants more Americans to buy Volts to ensure an increasing demand for members of his organization.
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