Wednesday, July 16, 2008

McCain, computers, and Czechoslovakia

It's at least the third time when John McCain publicly talks about recent events in Czechoslovakia, a country that was dissolved more than 15 years ago.

The hosts pedagogically explain their wise and curious viewers that the split was analogous to the separation of Bennifer who must currently be called Jenn and Ben. ;-) Tomkat and Brangelina are doing just fine.

(By the way, Sam Nunn, a possible running mate of Obama, also thinks that there is a lot of things going on in Czechoslovakia.)
Comedians make fun out of McCain (click)
Incidentally, the Russian oil company now claims that they deliver the missing oil for Czechia (not electricity! We surely don't need it, being exporters of energy, and planning to triple our nuclear sources in 1 decade, to produce 100% of our needs by fission and to export the rest) to Turkey because of financial reasons: the radar is not the reason, they say.

Barack Obama is of course among the last ones who could criticize John McCain. For example, one year ago, Obama was loudly planning to call the president of Canada (to screw NAFTA). Even more entertainingly, he has visited 57 states of the United States of America.
That couldn't stop his fans from recording Obamian rhapsody.
A lot has been recently written about McCain's computer illiteracy, too. Well, I guess that both of these things are justifiable, related to McCain's age, and won't pose immediate problems because he should have a lot of staff that compensates for these holes.

But still, one could feel a bit awkward about McCain's reduced ability to learn new things. Reagan was also old but his hair was black. What do you think about these two (and related) manifestations of McCain's incomplete knowledge about the contemporary world?

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