There once was a charismatic man. He rallied millions to hail him. He rallied the youth to follow him to the ends of the earth. He was very charismatic. He believed his people were superior.
His force was immense. They chanted for him. They worshipped him. He called himself a Christian yet he imprisoned millions of innocent people he believed should be eliminated in his effort to eliminate all but His superior race. Families were separated forever. Children were ripped from their mother’s arms. All were placed in horrible camps. Many died of starvation. Some were just plain killed at will. There was great pain, suffering and death, yet his followers willingly did his cruel and inhumane bidding, eager for his rallies, swooning to hear him speak–for he was very very VERY charismatic.
Among the people the charismatic leader felt were useless were the disabled and the handicapped.
If the history of charismatics has taught us one lesson, it’s that a charismatic can lead his worshippers straight to hell.
This man can’t send an email.
It turns out there is a reason why McCain can’t type. As Hotair.com points out from a 2000 Boston Globe Article:
McCain gets emotional at the mention of military families needing food stamps or veterans lacking health care. The outrage comes from inside: McCain’s severe war injuries prevent him from combing his hair, typing on a keyboard, or tying his shoes. Friends marvel at McCain’s encyclopedic knowledge of sports. He’s an avid fan – Ted Williams is his hero – but he can’t raise his arm above his shoulder to throw a baseball.
This Very charismatic man thinks that’s funny.
Very Funny, Mr. “Charismatic”. If you had been in the Hotel Hanoi they would have carried you out in the fetal position, you coward..
Oh and one more thing, Obama, you smartass infant: And to think you want to be the leader of the Free World:
In certain ways, McCain was a natural Web candidate. Chairman of the Senate Telecommunications Subcommittee and regarded as the U.S. Senate’s savviest technologist, McCain is an inveterate devotee of email. His nightly ritual is to read his email together with his wife, Cindy. The injuries he incurred as a Vietnam POW make it painful for McCain to type. Instead, he dictates responses that his wife types on a laptop. “She’s a whiz on the keyboard, and I’m so laborious,” McCain admits.