Sunday, August 24, 2008

Frank Rich NYT Op-Ed Piece

From the New York Times:
Is a man who is just discovering the Internet qualified to lead a restoration of America’s economic and educational infrastructures? Is the leader of a virtually all-white political party America’s best salesman and moral avatar in the age of globalization? Does a bellicose Vietnam veteran who rushed to hitch his star to the self-immolating overreaches of Ahmad Chalabi, Pervez Musharraf and Mikheil Saakashvili have the judgment to keep America safe?

R.I.P., “Change We Can Believe In.” The fierce urgency of the 21st century demands Change Before It’s Too Late.

Full article HERE

I've said it before - I prefer a leader who knows modern technology because you need to know enough to understand what are it's possibilities. A person who needs a staff person to find out all info [including the number of house he owns] - is not a person I want making decisions that require modern thinking - and of one's own!

We've had enough of the staff tainted "knowledge" to know that it has led to the worst president ever and serious problems for the country and the world.


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