Which is a sign of professionalism, actually. As Hot Air’s own commenters note, most of us would have spent a considerably longer time running over the Cubslayer’s cardboard cutout. This makes more thematic sense: hit it once, back up and hit it again to make clear that this was deliberate, then go back to the race. And then wait for the gallant defenders of the helpless cutout start up… and never mind that 3/4ths of the complainers have watched Death Race 2000, cheering.
Although it occurs to me that they might not. After all, they have a clip now of Rush Limbaugh liking an electric car. Based on past experience, I believe that this earns him an indulgence from the Online Left on anything up to barratry (naval definition).
PS: I’ll take electric car advocates seriously when they start talking about how it’s a matter of vital national energy security to muzzle the anti-nuclear power fanatics.
*Stolen from Allahpundit. I think.
Crossposted to Moe Lane.
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