Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Dunce Obama Doesn't Know a German Invented the Automobile, Clueless Joe Doesn't Know the 'Number' of His Website

Apparently none of his admirers on television bothered to correct this gaffe last night, all giddy and tingly that they were.
President Obama's speech to Congress last night might have emphasized urgency over historical accuracy when he stated, "And I believe the nation that invented the automobile cannot walk away from it."

Many inventors contributed to the rise of the car in modern-day life. But the U.S. Library of Congress credits German inventor Karl Benz with creating the first true automobile that ran on an internal combustion engine.

Benz came out with his patented car around 1885, or about the same time when fellow Germans Gottlieb Daimler and Wilhelm Maybach produced a four-wheeled automobile with a four-stroke engine. The names of these inventors live on in modern car companies such as Daimler AG and its Mercedes-Benz division.

By contrast, U.S. automotive pioneer Henry Ford did not start rolling out his mass-produced Model T cars until 1908.
Of course George W. Bush would be widely mocked for being such a dunce.

Speaking of dunces, Clueless Joe Biden doesn't even know the "number" of his own propaganda site.

Maybe it was Obama's strategy to have a human gaffe machine as his VP so he would come off looking intelligent. Frankly, neither of them seem very bright.

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