Despite demands for a 'safety recall', President Obama pledged it was' full speed ahead' as his administration continued to plunge wildly out of control pursuing his goal of One Party Domination and Despotic Control of the American Taxpayer.
Recent independent trials in Virginia, New Jersey and Massachusetts, proved that the Obama Prototype failed miserably in documented crash tests.
After action reports indicated that the Stimulus Bags failed to inflate, were undersized, and placed in the wrong locations within the vehicle.
Obama also failed customer satisfaction tests, ranking below the departed Yugo, as elected dealers refused to honor warrantees provided at point of sale, and even worse, refused to correct dangerous transmission malfunctions causing the product to suddenly accelerate in reverse!
Obama Chief of Engineering, Rahm Emanuel, claimed the alleged out of control crashes were caused by driver inattention. "I told those F******retards that bought this product, that they would have to hold on with both hands and get ready for a rough ride! Can't have an omelet without breaking a few eggs!"
Marketing Director and PR spokesman Robert Gibbs concurred with Emanuel's analysis of the situation. "Listen...we can't get it right all the time. You've got to expect some slight malfunctions. After all, we're new to the manufacturing business, and you have to expect some glitches..we'll eventually get it right, though it may take a few more years of tinkering and outsourcing to Venezuela for the real intricate details concerning controlling the market."
Gibbs also discounted reports that the brakes, manufactured in China, were also defective. "Nothing much we can do about that, " said Gibbs, "China controls the speed and direction of of our vehicle, and those 'tea baggers' that are bad mouthing our product better stop dragging their feet trying to slow us down....their soles are only going to burn in hell!"
Opponents of Obama's Special Vehicle Operations are said to be loading up on 'blow out strips' and will be putting them to good use this coming November.