Another day, another "blog" post from the Leftist leach who can't do anything on his "blog" without me. Predictably, the coward used his echo chamber to excuse all the Obama Administration officials with direct ties to Goldman Sachs by saying, "Sure, he took all that money, but then he went to Congress and told them to go after Goldman Sachs." Gee, that's what George W. Bush did with Enron, but the Left still screamed about his ties to Ken Lay. Since my Leftist leech counterpart is too scared to allow comments on his "blog" to point out his clear hypocrisy, we'll just have to keep pointing it out on a blog that isn't afraid of comments.
In the "Call for You, Mr. Kettle" Department, President Obama went off on technology:
With iPods and iPads and Xboxes and PlayStations, -- none of which I know how to work -- information becomes a distraction, a diversion, a form of entertainment, rather than a tool of empowerment, rather than the means of emancipation.
Wait. Didn't the President give the Queen of England an iPod with his speeches loaded on it?
Here he is preaching about information as a "tool of empowerment" but he's never felt motivated enough to learn how to use the technology that can be used to gain access to the "tool of empowerment." Yet, he feels the need to attack something he admits he doesn't understand.
Which, surprise surprise, brings us to his comments about talk radio and blogs. He said "some of the craziest claims can quickly claim traction." (First off, isn't it gain traction?) I'm sure the President isn't referring to MSNBC, the now-defunct Air America, DailyKos, or DemocraticUnderground, which are all breeding grounds for Leftist conspiracy theories and absurd attacks on conservatives and Republicans. (Just like the Leftist coward's "blog," now that I think about it.)
No comment from the President about his addiction to his Blackberry, though.
If information is power, it's clear the President has the power of a burnt out light bulb.