“No Man’s life liberty or property is safe while the legislature is in session”.

- attributed to NY State Judge Gideon Tucker

Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Our First Addict Lectures Us On Avoiding Information

Isn't it rich that our First Addict is now lecturing our youth on the need for them to avoid modern, technologically-advanced sources of information? In effect, admonishing them to turn from independent, often critical (of him) sources of information which strengthen democratic institutions?

I saw the video clip of Wonderboy instructing recent college graduates, at a commencement address, to swear off their iPods, iPhones, iPads and such. That they are becoming too addicted to these wonderful electronic means of communications and entertainment.

Assuming the First Rookie isn't simply taking aim at Apple Corporation, it sure seems that one addict calling other people addicts is pretty ironic. And laughable.

Here's a guy who rammed through punitive healthcare measures, lecturing one and all on the high costs of medical care, while he chain smokes in private.

Now, though he has been seen glued to his Blackberry and admitted having certain music on his iPod, he claims to not know how to operate the latter. And is lecturing youth to foresake their electronic toys.

More evidence our current president is a study in unprincipled behavior and the notion that others should do as he says, but not as he does.

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