Monday, February 9, 2009

President Obama Accepts Hannity's Offer To Have A Beer While In The RV Capital Of The World!

Takin' It To The Streets!

President Obama visited Elkhart, IN this afternoon to bring his message of "doom and gloom" to the American people in a last ditch effort to hypnotize America into believing that the CRAPulus "Spending" Bill will actually do something, anything, please, the sky is falling!

He talked a bunch about Elkhart's world-famous RV industry. This city's claim to fame is The RV Capital of The World. More on that further down.

He then, once again mocked Sean Hannity. Hilarity ensued.

For those who do not now, Obama used Hannity often on the campaign trail as a weapon against Conservatism. He said once that he didn't think Hannity listeners would want to "hang out and have a beer with me."

Hannity has since offered to meet with the President and buy the beer himself "in an effort to redistribute the wealth."

Hannity interviewed the woman who asked the question and praised her for her courage to dare, joe-the-plumber-style, to ask a reasonable question in the lion's den.


Highlights of the Elkhart tourism industry. This is real stuff, no joke.

I think, maybe, the economy in Elkhart might be helped by some slightly more exciting points of interest. Just saying.

RV Factory Tours: We took several RV factory tours and would definitely recommend this free and interesting activity. It is great way to learn more about the various RV manufacturers and construction processes -- whether you are in the market for a new RV or just want to expand your overall knowledge.

Don't miss the RV Museum! The RV/MH Hall of Fame, Museum and Library showcase the history and growth of the RV industry. The museum houses a variety of vintage RVs, photos and memorabilia dating back to the 1920's.

Learn about the Amish and Mennonite lifestyle: You will find Amish and Mennonite communities scattered throughout 22 states and in Ontario Canada. It is a fascinating and enjoyable experience to learn about these people and visit countryside dotted with Amish farms and families traveling by horse and buggy.

RV factory tours in the Elkhart area

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