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  •  The plot against Toyota. (10+ / 0-)

    Then we have radio talker Roger Hedgecock penning a column for WorldNetDaily that could serve as the basis for a sequel to "The Sixth Sense." Hedgecock's version would have a kid who sees fatalities from faulty automobiles, except in a surprise ending Barack Obama is a terrorist plotting against a foreign manufacturer.

    "But is government 'greed' a factor here? As a co-owner of Toyota rivals GM and Chrysler, is the Obama administration and its jihad against Toyota 'consumer protection' or revenge against a successful, non-union, red state based rival?

    Never mind that Toyota acknowledged and apologized for the problem and the recall. If you look hard enough (and you're not entirely sane) you can see the government ghosts slandering Toyota on behalf of GM.

    In the minds of people like Hedgecock, it's quite possible for the Democrats to place sleeper agents in critical positions, that a saboteur could find a job at Toyota so they could make accelerators that stick--years before the Federal government came to own rivals GM and Chrysler.

    One problem: I didn't know that Japan was a red state. I would have thought that with their health care program, they'd be blue--except that they aren't in the US.

    Greg McKendry, Linda Kraeger, Dr. George Tiller, Steven Johns. Victims of Wingnut violence

    by Judge Moonbox on Mon Feb 01, 2010 at 07:05:11 PM PST

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