McCain’s invention of BlackBerry explains a lot of things. First, we must appreciate the amount of time it must have taken our man to accomplish this task. This miracle must have been accomplished with greatest tenacity and perseverance, as he modestly disclaims even the meagerest technical capacity. He is however required to ask others to do email for him.
The time displaced by indulging his inventive genius explains why as chairman of the Senate Commerce Committee he was unable to forestall the financial crisis that has beset us. Obviously his “miracle” was too occupying in its invention to enable him to muster the vaguest awareness of any sort of problem on the horizon or even in front of his face in that critical sector of the economy.
He at least deserves rasberries from us.