Chevy Malibu at EIB Southern Command April 15, 2008 Now, ladies and gentlemen, just to show you that I participate, I told you last week General Motors is going to be bringing a car by here for us to drive, as they introduce new models. The first car they're going to be bringing by is the Malibu. I love General Motors. General Motors, Ford, the automaker industry in this country is one that we have been told to hate and one that we have been told to despise, they make worthless garbage and they try to sell it to us. This is what the left has tried to do in terms of creating attitudes about all American businesses. I love General Motors. I went up there last spring about a year ago, met with Bob Lutz, and I got a lowdown on some of the new things coming, he showed me what was coming with the Malibu. The Malibu is a four-cylinder car. We're going to be tooling around down here in a four-cylinder Chevy Malibu, North American Car of the Year, by the way, 30 miles to the gallon. We are going to be contributing our best, according to the premise of the left, by not polluting the planet any more than we should be. Snerdley is gonna park his twin turbo 12-cylinder hog out there, and he's going to be driving the Malibu around. I'm going to take a turn in it, too. They've got a number of technological advances in the Malibu, variable valve timing basically helps the engine squeeze every mile out of a gallon of gas, which is important now with the price of gasoline what it is. You can learn all about the Chevy Malibu at www.GM.com/explore, or you can find it on my website, RushLimbaugh.com. We're excited. Should be delivered here this week. We'll be reporting to you on the four cylinder. I've driven a four-cylinder car before, when I lived in Sacramento. I kid you not. Yeah, I remember what it was. It was a Chrysler. Chrysler New Yorker, I think it was, four cylinder, that thing zoomed up the hill to Lake Tahoe, I had no problem with it whatsoever. It was economical, as is the Chevy Malibu. We're excited to get it.