Jobs-Gore 08? The most popular Democratic ad is on the iPhone
Apple's iPhone demos are the most viewed Democratic ads on the web.
iPhone's web browser demo highlights a New York Times cover story on the Democrats taking control of Congress. Lasting almost 25 seconds, the clip focused obsessively on Nancy Pelosi's jubilant victory pose. The clip zoomed in and out, scrolled up and down, and even changed orientations without getting married.
Steve Job's unabashed support isn't really that surprising. He has contributed over $254,700 to various Democratic campaigns in the last three decades.
Some speculated that Jobs might run for governor in California, but why stop there? Why not Jobs-Gore 08? If you think Barack Obama is a rockstar candidate, just wait until you see millions of iPhone toting graphics designers rushing the stage to get a piece of Job's uncanny wisdom.
Maybe with Jobs in the race, we can finally upgrade our Diebolds to iVotes, which will feature chadless voting and play DRM-free versions of Fortunate Son at the touch of a screen
"We have dug ourselves into a 20-ft. hole, and we need somebody who knows how to build a ladder. Al's the guy. Like many others, I have tried my best to convince him. So far, no luck." Jobs on Gore's 2008 aspirations.
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