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December 03, 2007


Mark Van Patten

You hit the nail on the head: this joke isn't funny anymore.
We have known all along that politicians are woefully out of touch. (add: The Amazing Grocery Store Scanner)
I'm sixty years old and have been using a computer since the TRS 80. A huge majority of my peers have done the same.
All we can hope is that the lawmakers DO depend on staff to write legislation and don't foul things up so bad that once boomers get in office they can fix things.

Thank you for giving this issue some light. I hope other influential tech bloggers will pick it up.

Lawmakers should be embarrassed by the lack of ability to operate a computer.

Wyatt Ditzler

I don't think this issue is as important to the majority of voters. Other issues are more pressing, like war, debt, and immigration. All we can do is try to get this message out from our techcentric blogs and into the mainstream press.

Microsoft Office 2007

This is a good,common sense article.Very helpful to one who is just finding the resouces about this part.It will certainly help educate me

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