1963 Corvette Split Window: The President’s Childhood Dream Car

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Who is the coolest car guy America has ever seen?

There would be a long list of names vying for that crown. James Dean, Steve McQueen, Jay Leno, and even Vice President Joe Biden might be considered top contenders.

Comedian Jerry Seinfeld is making a convincing case for himself as he drives some of the coolest cars known to man while chauffeuring comedians to coffee shops and discussing random idiosyncrasies of the world. His show, “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee,” just kicked off its seventh season.

Seinfeld’s first guest of the season is President Barack Obama, an unlikely car guy who may not earn the honor of the greatest car guy ever, but might have just cemented himself as one of the coolest car guys of the year.

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Why Arguing About the Auto Bailouts Is Pointless

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Politicians are like 4-year-olds.

I’ll explain my reasoning for that in a moment, but I have a feeling many of you already agree.

In 2009, President Obama authorized the bailout of General Motors and Chrysler. It was a move that started with President Bush in 2008 and cost taxpayers tens of billions of dollars. Needless to say, the decision generated some serious controversy. I, for one, went on record on this blog as being against the bailouts. At the time, I figured the companies should accept the consequences of their poor financial decisions and dismal product quality. As it turns out, I don’t have a lot of say in Executive Branch decisions, and the bailouts happened regardless of my opinions.

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