Tuesday, June 10, 2008
I'm surprised the old coot doesn't use a telegraph
John McCain, joking (I presume) about his search for a vice presidential candidate: "You know, basically it's a Google. What you can find out now on the Internet -- it's remarkable."
Well, it's nice to know he takes it so seriously. Especially if, God forbid, he actually wins the election. Because when the president is 109 years old, you sort of want to make sure the VP is someone very very qualified.
And what is it with these Republicans and their inability to use common terminology?
George W. Bush once famously called it “The Google.” McCain says “a Google.”
Are they that out of touch with regular people? Oh, wait, I forgot. Yes, they are.
Posted by J at 12:29 PM
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The Google - I've always wondered why people say that, I didn't know it was a Bush thing.
Did you see how they are going after Michelle Obama now? They dont like strong women I think.
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