Big Brother Update

Cookies from the White House web site, spam e-mails from the WH to people who never registered at the WH site (we got one) … and still no answers. Where in the world did the WH get the e-mail addresses of so far thousands of people who never requested they be placed on a WH list.

Two videos to watch:

First Major Garrett keeps asking and the most transparent WH in history continues to dodge. Down the memory hole. My guess is no.


The Legal expert Kim Guilfoyle says this all could be very illegal. At the very least … you Bush haters (can you say Patriot act) should be concerned. Either this President or the next could target you next.


Let us know: If you have received one of these Axelrod spam e-mails let us know in the contact page. You can also go directly to Major Garrett’s page. You can see for yourself, he already received a bunch of responses.

5 replies
  1. Dimsdale
    Dimsdale says:

    To paraphrase an old, badly translated computer phrase, "Your computers are belong to us!"


    At any rate, the "wizards" of the White House are alienating uncommitted voters and even Democrats with the invasions of privacy,  enemies/snitch list, lack of transparency, hired union thugs, audience packing with shills, New Black Panther "poll watchers", secret deals, too fast track legislation, etc., etc., etc.  No wonder they are falling back to campaign mode.


    Hubris or stupidity?  You be the judge.  I favor the former.


    I leave you with this: Never attribute to malice that which can be adequately explained by stupidity, but don't rule out malice. – Hanlon's (or Heinlein's) Razor

  2. donh
    donh says:

    Here is an update on Rahm Emmanuel's brother Dr Zeke ….Seems this new age Doctor Death has been obsessed with Euthenasia for a VERY long time and has studied the debates going back to Socrates…Zeke's wife Dr. Linda Emanuel mentioned in the acknowledgements of this article is on the medical ethics panel of the AMA that has endorsed Obama Care…..

  3. Erik Blazynski
    Erik Blazynski says:

    They are in clear violation of the Can-Spam Act of 2003  They are subject to some very hefty fines I think that is is $16/incident plus additional fines for harvesting the addresses. I hope to see them prosecuted. But of course that will not happen.


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