Your Saturday Bottomless Mug of Stupid is Served

Jim Sensenbrenner, Kotex Heir

Jim Sensenbrenner, the Kimberly-Clark Kotex heir, wants to tell us sumpin’ ’bout the ‘net:

Being a life-long member of Congress, Sensenbrenner never had to apply for a job, or open a bank account, or apply for a credit card, or arrange his own travel. He’s never had to correct his personal information or fill out a form. He has people to do that for him.

In a very technical sense, I suppose he’s right: you don’t have to use the internet: you could be a bazillionaire politician like him. Or you could be Amish.

(Hat tip: ShareBlue)

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3 Responses to Your Saturday Bottomless Mug of Stupid is Served

  1. roket says:

    I can tell by his impeccable logical reasoning that he’s an intellectual conservative. Bless his heart.

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  2. Condi says:

    As the Generalissimo noted this morning, it’s that private education all these privileged folk endure {Sensenbrenner is a Stanford grad} that makes them so “special”…

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  3. I had an experience very recently that made me feel roughly my whole entire age–I spoke to a whippersnapper who was all of twenty-something and had never had a checkbook. Never written a check. She vaguely understood people sometimes got checks instead of a direct deposit and you could use your phone to cash them, but writing them was very horse and buggy. Her experience of banking was an entirely online experience. But this is where we’re going–lots of utilities, credit cards, etc, are incentivizing online transactions for payment. Also–take sending resumes or doing job applications–not having an email address or online presence is sort of as dodgy as not having a phone number might have been (and we still have people who see “Obamaphones” has a crazy luxury–altogether oblivious to how much use a phone is.)

    People like my girl who has never written a check, need to learn about casting votes against people like Sensenbrenner by any means necessary.

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