Skip to comments.The Obamamobile: New Presidential Limo Is Unveiled - It Can Withstand Rocket And Chemical Attacks
Posted on 01/08/2009 12:39:35 PM PST by Fennie
It's official call sign is Cadillac One, but as the new presidential limo it will always be known as the Obamamobile.
As the most protected president in U.S. history, Barack Obama's official car naturally offers a sanctuary against an assassin's bullet - or even rocket attack.
Where ever Obama travels in the world the stretch limo, which is based on a Cadillac saloon, will travel with him.
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Cadillac One, eh.
How very appropriate.
Have a feeling, at this rate, he’s gonna need all the protection possible.
Screw all that... what kind of mileage does it get?
I believe it was ordered more than three years ago.
Personally, regardless of my view of his politics, I want whoever is President protected with the best, and latest, security apparatus available.
I’ll also add given the historical nature of THIS President (incoming) the worst thing for this nation is something to happen to Barack Obama.
It there a hole for Hussein to reach out and get his kilo of coke when crusing through DC? Will his “caddy” have spinners and velvet covered seats?
“offers a sanctuary against an assassin’s bullet - or even rocket attack”
How about drowning in a sea of CFL mercury?
Soon it will be equipped with chrome spinners and curb feelers, and gold trim...
If only the press were interested in facts and stories of merit instead of this giddy crap about their superhero comic book fantasies.
Not all that much with five inch steel bodywork.
Does it have “gangster white walls”?
Larry Sinclair unavailable for comment.
Here’s an image
Yes, People. This presidential limo was not build for Obama but for whomever was elected in 2008.
There was a thread yesterday that had a behind the scenes look at when President Bush travel’s and they mentioned “Cadillac One” and a little of what it has (oxygen and armor).
How’s it against a fitycal?
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