Obama: Too Much Information Bad - Can't Work an iPad
This is a discussion on Obama: Too Much Information Bad - Can't Work an iPad within the iPad General Discussions forums, part of the Apple iPad Discussions category; Originally Posted by robb25j
Im sure if he picked up one And played around with it he could prob use i mean for god sake ...
Either that or he already has one and Michelle won't let go of it
Originally Posted by robb25j
Most probably tapped on my iPad!
05-09-2010 12:20 PM
In fairness, I think that's below his pay grade.
Originally Posted by DavidNM
We were chatting about fanboys in another thread, but I saw a poll that 52% of Huffington Post viewers agree with him on these topics. LOL They're Obama fanboys. Everyone can biff it - and this is one of those cases.
Why would I ( we ) give a crap about his thoughts on the Ipad? I could gave a crap what he thinks. Personally.....I think he is trying to get way too deep into my personal life. Geeeeeez.
Not knowing how to work a device you have never used and being unable to learn how to use a device are two completely different things. His point was that in the information age of 24/7 news people often take a small snippet of information and construe random things from it. For instance someone claiming that he is unfit to be the POTUS because he simply hasn't used a certain device. So thanks for taking information out of context and proving his point.
Originally Posted by 4phun
This statement is no different than the liberals lamblasting how the TV was destroying the mental abilities of children, forty years ago. It just goes to show that politicians are educated idiots. Note how they never say that welfare or other government giveaways are harming the psyche of the American people. Or many of the other ways that government inserts itself into our lives. Unless it is something the opposing party did.
Since Obama is one of the most intelligent presidents ever if he had the time he would have no problem with iPad. I wondered how long it would take before the Limbaugh ditto heads found something else to accuse the president. Stupidity is not a problem for him.
Let's stay away from this kind of rhetoric.
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Last edited by dp118; 05-09-2010 at 03:12 PM.
Did you read the article? This was a "misstep" in the direction of our entire information-based culture. You and me, and specifically the iPad.
Originally Posted by dp118
Like I said before, everyone biffs one once in a while. I'm sure they'll issue a correction tomorrow for our obvious misunderstanding.
This has been a wonderful forum and I really enjoy it. Let's keep Iets keep it that way. Thanks.
Originally Posted by Ellie
I am as right-wing as they come, but this forum is NOT the place for this kind of talk. This thread needs to be locked
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