As most people and baby goats with even a passing understanding of Facebook knows, whenever one of your "Facebook friends" adds a new "friend" of their own, you get an "update" on your "News Feed." This is sort of the whole point of Facebook.
But today, when the minds behind BarackBook added an update of their own, they were confronted by the fact that their feature has only garnered 163 fans, who all hate and despise BarackBook. So, rather than having a dynamic social networking tool for their agitprop that's capable of blasting out oppo to thousands of McCain supporters at one time, they have to resort to using the communications arm of the Republican National Committee to do a blast email "Media Advisory" -- with RNC letterhead and everything -- titled "Friend Update Added to BarackBook," in the hopes that someone out there reports on their new clever addition to their frustrating wreck of a parody.
To say that this whole effort misses the point of Facebook would defame the High Art of Point-Missing.
I wouldn't want you to miss the "substance" of their new BarackBook addition, which features Obama adding "Unnamed Philadelphia Street Organizer" as a friend, all of which leads to a fulsome discussion in which the GOP pretends to be shocked -- just shocked! -- at the tradition of "walking around money" which every campaign employs regardless of party and which you could have read about in any one of Larry Sabato's books from twenty years ago, or from cave paintings.