It turns out that the candidate who says he’s vetting his vice president with “a Google” may not actually know how to do so. Asked whether John McCain ever used a computer, his “deputy eCampaign director” replied, “You don’t need to use a computer to know how it shapes the country.”

Political Insider:

The admission that McCain doesn’t use a computer is startling. In 1992, President George H.W. Bush took a beating for not knowing the price of milk as the country slipped into a recession. It’s hard to imagine anyone in 2008 electing a president who doesn’t know much about a fundamental building block of the modern economy.

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