McCain campaign’s latest whopper: John McCain invented the Blackberry

Not kidding. That techno-wizard John McCain doesn’t really use technology. No, he just creates it:

Asked what work John McCain did as Chairman of the Senate Commerce Committee that helped him understand the financial markets, the candidate’s top economic adviser wielded visual evidence: his BlackBerry.

“He did this,” Douglas Holtz-Eakin told reporters this morning, holding up his BlackBerry. “Telecommunications of the United States is a premier innovation in the past 15 years, comes right through the Commerce committee so you’re looking at the miracle John McCain helped create and that’s what he did.”

The McCain campaign has become so craven, so deranged, that no lie is beyond the pale.

When you think of the great minds in technological advancement, McCain is now right after Gates and Jobs. Can’t you just imagine McCain trying to decide which features to include on his new invention?


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