From the Washington Post:
“We’ve already set up a Web site, Recovery.com, which will show where and how the money is being spent,” the vice president told the leaders of the United States Conference of Mayors during a speech in the East Room of the White House. “The public can actually go on a Web site and see how we’re spending this money.”
But the stimulus site is not Recovery.com — it’s Recovery.gov.
From CBS News asking about recovery.gov:
CBS: By the way, do you know the website?
Biden: You know, I’m embarrassed. Do you know the website number? (looking offstage) I should have it in front of me and I don’t. I’m actually embarrassed.
From Huffington Post, July 29, 2008:
It’s not so much that John McCain needs to personally blog or Twitter as president. In fact, I don’t want the next president blogging or sending text messages from the Oval Office … Instead, McCain’s ignorance of the operations of the Internet today, I believe, says more about the candidate’s intellectual curiosity than it does about his technical prowess.
From Barack Obama’s campaign:
Although, at least Biden is consistent:
COURIC: “…you guys haven’t been completely guilt-free making fun of John McCain’s inability to use a computer.”
“I thought that was terrible by the way,” Biden said.
“Why did you do it then?” Couric asked.
“I didn’t know we did it and if I had anything to do with it, we would have never done it,” Biden said. “And I don’t think Barack, you know.”
Sure Joe. We know.