Nixon would be proud of this guy-- heck, he wasn't in his league-- from Gateway Pundit:
Dealergate: Mapping the Chrysler Closures
Doug Ross says tonight that, "The odds that these Chrysler closings occurred without partisan bias are roughly equivalent to the odds that Jean Claude Van-Damme will grab a Best Supporting Actor Oscar next year for a remake of Terms of Endearment."
Doug mapped the research by Joey Smith that shows how the Big Dem Donor Group RLJ-McLarty-Landers fared after the announced closings.
All six of RLJ-McLarty-Landers were saved and their local competitors were conveniently closed.
Here is the map of their Lee's Summit, Missouri location:
There are 5 Chrysler dealerships near Lee's Summit, Missouri: [SLC: REFER TO ABOVE MAP]
1. Lee's Summit Dodge-Chrysler-Jeep (Lee's Summit, MO)
2. Crawford's Raytown (Jeep) (Raytown, MO)
3. Mitch Crawford's Holiday Motors (Chrysler) (Raytown, MO)
4. Raytown Dodge Company (Dodge) (Raytown, MO)
5. Milner-O'Quinn Chrysler-Dodge-Jeep (all 4 brands) (Harrisonville, MO)
#1 is located in Lee's Summit and is owned by RLJ-McCarty-Landers.
#2, #3, and #4 are located 9 miles northwest in Raytown, MO and is owned by Michael Crawford.
#5 is located 19 miles south in Harrisonville, MO and is owned by Charles O'Quinn.
The Lee's Summit RLJ dealership will remain open.
Doug Ross has more maps and calculated that the odds that all of the RLJ dealerships would survive the cuts. Ross says this was roughly as likely as landing two frisbees, simultaneously, on each of Barack Obama's teleprompters during one of his televised speeches.