Barack Obama Urges White House To Move Beyond Snail Mail And Hieroglyphics

What On Earth Are Those Weird Metal Boxes With Tubes Coming Out Of Them?

Oh, I’m sorry, I didn’t realize the highest ranking government officials in this country still use stone-age level technology.

I guess when you live in the most technologically advanced nation in the world, you just kind of assume that the people in charge of running the damn place have moved well beyond papyrus and quill tip pens.

You’d be wrong.

Apparently, renegade new president Barack Obama, who happens to be a big fan of his Blackberry (and the first president to know it’s more than just a fruit!) will be forced to sign off before he arrives at the White House due to privacy and security concerns.

Yep, some dumb rule called the Presidential Records Act could prevent Barack Obama from becoming the first emailing president, unless Mr. Trendsetter finds a way to knock down yet another barrier–or in this case, firewall.

However, being the young, spry, 21st century man that he is, Barack Obama may make technological history by bringing another fruity named piece of modern technology into the White House: the Apple computer.

Obama hopes to have an Apple laptop (He’s a mac man of course!) on his desk in the Oval Office, which would make him the first American president ever to do so.

Forget the first African American president, after 44 tries, we elected the first Internets using, porn surfing, ‘the google’ searching, blackberry loving, facebook creeping, bbm messaging, mp3 downloading, hipster-in-chief, leader of the free world. OMG LOL!

See, Kids He Loves His Crackberry Too!

3 comments to Barack Obama Urges White House To Move Beyond Snail Mail And Hieroglyphics

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  • Devin-Weiss says:

    Barack Obama’s book, “The Audacity of Hope,” provides a appealing title. It has a taste of bravery mixed with confidence. There is nothing Pollyanna about that. I will not support everything he tells, but he’s our president, and for me, he creates confidence. Which can do more for any country than any number of backroom deals. Hope gives us energy, and energy sustains us through trying times. Boy, we’ve had them. I’m from West Texas, and I did not vote for Bush. When McCain ran against Obama, I used to be a citizen of Arizona, but I gave audacious hope a chance. The fight for progress and laying the foundations of prosperity is not over. I’ve come across the quips of those that don’t think Obama can make it. But step back a moment. Would anyone have all of us fail only to tarnish the star of an incumbent for whom they didn’t vote? Trying to keep our priorities straight, let’s work together with this president and build our future.

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