What's fun about any election season is the never-ending dredging up of past quotes, comments and statements from the candidates. In this high-tech society in which we live, any little quip or nonsensical promise made to constituents at anytime ever is liable to be brought up and held under the bright lights for everyone to see, hear, read and dissect. Fun for us, probably not fun for them.
Case in point, this video starring super-freak, Mitt Romney.
Recorded in 2007, the video shows Mitt telling a crowd of supporters that if elected, he'd be sure to help clean up the slow moral decay of America by requiring all computer manufacturers to install "some sort" of kill-switch-button-thingy in their products that parents could use to turn off porn on the internet.
You don't want your kids seeing porn? Just flip the switch. Voila! Moral fortitude!
While this technology didn't exist in 2007 and, of course, doesn't exist today we have to say that Mitt did have a great idea. We too have often fantasized about a button. A button that would allow us to undress political figures while watching videos that capture silly statements they made about things they don't really understand. This button should be a feature that can be added onto to any home computer purchase.
Buttons are cool.