Now for a small test. Who wrote this:

Tires that are underinflated by 6 to 7 pounds per square inch increase tire rolling resistance 10 percent or more, increase tread wear rates and tire fatigue. When a tire is underinflated, the tire’s road contact zone and cyclic stress level changes resulting in undesirable loss in tire and vehicle performance.

To prevent the above, we recommend the following in maintaining proper inflation level (a vehicle’s proper inflation level can be found either on the door or on a placard in the glove box) and in checking tire wear:

• Check tire inflation pressure (including the spare) at least once a month and before every long trip. Tires must be checked when they are cold; that is, before they been run a mile.

• Tires should be rotated at least every 6,000-8,000 miles and the alignment should be checked once a year. Misaligned tires can cause the car to drag, which lowers mileage and causes unnecessary tire wear. If your tires need replacing, check out these discounts on Goodyear Tires to save yourself some money.

• At least once a month, motorists should inspect the tires closely for signs of uneven wear. Uneven wear patterns may be caused by improper inflation pressures, misalignment, improper balance or suspension neglect. If not corrected, further tire damage will occur.

Nearly ninety percent of drivers don’t check their tire inflation properly. However, this percentage is starting to drop as gas prices underinflate consumer pocketbooks.

With escalating fuel prices, the time is now for drivers to focus on simple things like proper tire pressure to maximize tire performance and increase fuel economy.

This was published in 2006 by:

  1. Hippy, help-wearing, granola eating lefties
  2. Obama for President Guide to being Green
  3. Consumer Reports Tire rating report
  4. NASCAR – blue-collar entertainment megalith

The answer is “4”. Check it our for yourselves.

Meanwhile McCain is mocking Obama’s suggestion that Americans can do more for immediate relief with proper tire inflation than with off shore drilling, and handing out these tire pressure gauges.

Tell John McCain to shove this thing up his ass.

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  • What’s that got to do with anything Jewlicious?
    These Obamaniacs are starting to get on my nerves like the die-hard Ron Paul supporters before them.

  • Everyone knows Jews completely control NASCAR behind the scenes.

  • In a lighthearted follow-up, the McCain campaign is handing out official enemas to those who don’t think ‘Obama Energy Plan’ is pretty funny.

  • James, you’ve lost me. Then again, I was an under-the-tongue kinda kid.

  • Not to get too deep, Tom, but as an article from the 12-07-06 issue of nj jewish news put it:

    “Jewish humor really has its origins in the prophetic tradition, Waldoks explained. Just as the job of the prophet was to make people uncomfortable, often speaking the truth to the powerful, it is the comedians’ task to puncture pomposity.

    And if it’s scatological, all the better.

    “For a Jew, a bowel movement is an event,” Waldoks declared. “That’s why there’s so much bathroom humor.”

  • Thanks, James. You’ve exposed something that’s long been inaccessible and shrouded in darkness.

  • Tom, the thanks must go to Jewlicious itself, a site that’s not afraid to light a match where the sun doesn’t shine.

  • McCain probably is due for a prostate exam anyways. Although on the news today they were saying constant prostate exams are becoming less important for men his age.

    I gotta say, thanks to daily checking of my air pressure, my Hummer is now getting 6 miles to the gallon.

  • Campaigns are always a good reminder that government is just the entertainment division of the military-industrial complex.

  • First, keeping your tires inflated is a good idea; it is not, as Obama might think, an “energy policy.”

    Second, no need to shill for Obama here.

  • I’m sure Jews here will be relieved to know that Obama’s Muslim Brotherhood linked Islamic Outreach Adviser has been thrown under the bus. That must like totally prove why Obama is soo much better for Jews and Israel than that bad old guy McCain. Let’s see: Farakhan, Wright, Flieger, Asbahi, I don’t remember did Rezko hate Jews too?

  • How much more oil money does McCain want to keep steadily flowing into the pockets of your Saudi friends, Alex? Of course, I’m sure that in your world, Abdullah, Prince Sultan, Salih bin Abdullah al Humaid, etc. can’t really do all that much damage since they only fund terrorism instead of committing the much more heinous and damaging crimes of hating Jews, “hating” America and being a Syrian slum lord. Except – but don’t the Saudis hate and teach hatred of Jews, too?

    Oh well. Some people never learn, I guess.

  • The Saudi royal family has thrown McCain under their camel herds and Exxon Mobile have thrown McCain under their oil tankers. But he wouldn’t have known it. After all, he’s the first presidential candidate in my lifetime who openly admits to not having a clue about economics. And his lack of familiarity with how to use a computer is pretty comforting too.

  • obama said that the tire pressure would be more useful than all the offshore drilling so i fu can explain that whopper…………..

  • Actually, mul, Exxon has given more dough to Obama; he’s done quite well with Big Oil. But the real reason to vote for him is on display next week, in this Georgian crisis.

    McCain one-sidedly blames Russia for a conflict with profoundly complex root causes. He uses inflammatory, pro-Georgian rhetoric and comes across as an ideologue with no understanding of non-Western cultures. Above all, it’s as if he wants to bait the Russians into a new Cold War. This is what got us into trouble in Iraq: this commitment to democracy and Western values, this preachiness about good v. evil in foreign affairs, as if there truly was such a thing. Talk about Bush’s third term!

    Obama’s been careful to avoid moral judgments or inflammatory, blaming/shaming language that only further isolates/antagonizes Russia, an important country worthy of respect in relations with states on its own borders. I hope this non-judgmental approach is something he can apply to Israel/Palestine. We’ll have a much better chance of progress there. Bush’s one-sided ideology has gotten us nowhere.

    Hopefully, under Obama’s leadership, the UN, EU, Russia et al. will get involved in renewed efforts to bring justice to all the oppressed peoples of that region.