Desperate Michigan congressman attacks Schwarzenegger with billboard, website over fuel-economy standards
He chose to blast Schwarzenegger because he's a "symbol" of the green movement. A spokesman for the governor says Schwarzenegger wants the auto industry "to move into the future."
Knollenberg's re-election staff paid $10,000 for the billboard and another $1,500 to set up to set up a website that promotes his views. He's asking viewers to contribute $3 to keep the billboard going. Knollenberg is likely to face stiff competition in the next election, apparently with good reason.
Maybe someone out here in California should put up a billboard with a corny looking mug shot of Knollenberg and write, "Knollenberg to California: Suck my fumes!" We could also set up a website with the URL: godsaveusfromidiots.com.
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