Yeah, you'd be lamenting the lack of control you have over blogs ey zero, can't control what we post and read can you, it must irritate that inner totalitarian to no end. I don't believe zero doesn't like iPads and the like so much, in fact he'd probably be happy if everyone was just buried in their iPads and didn't pay much attention to what's going on, that way it's so much easier for him and his ilk to further their socialist and fascist agenda. It's just the media that won't polish his worthless ass that he doesn't like. Just like slick willy and his hypocritical concern over violence inspired by Conservative patriotism.News.com.au - BARACK Obama has declared war on technology and has singled out Apple iPods and iPads for criticism. ..."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," he said. ...He also lamented the spread of social media and blogs, through which "some of the craziest claims can quickly claim traction".
Just tell zero, 'you know we agree president zero, iPhones and all that should be junked, the people of today should tune into talk radio and get with the times', then sit back and watch as his yearning for empowerment and emancipation suddenly evaporates at lightning speed. And if you want to get another apology and deep bow from zero, pass this bit of news to him.
I'd really like to see zero criticize a fellow leftist and his followers for their twittering, especially ones that are the right skin color for liberal racists. If not that, I'll settle for the sight of him making a embarrassing fool of himself, again.News.com.au - JUST days after his new Twitter account became a must-read in Venezuela, President Hugo Chavez is setting up a special office with 200 staff and public funds to handle requests supporters tweet him. ...Mr Chavez late last month opened his Twitter account and it quickly took top billing in the South American country with an estimated 248,000 followers.