So here’s a question, peripherally related to the attorney firings and this but really, if there’s a more inept bunch of liars alive I’ve never met them.
Has anybody ever really done a study or a story or any kind of examination of why and how e-mail’s being used within this and other presidential administrations?
I ask this because between the Sloganator and this, watching these people use the Internet is like watching my grandmother yell at the answering machine.
And I just think, given the amount of personal stuff people usually send through their work accounts (note to hatemailers: this is DUMB and I’m not above forwarding it to your boss) that somebody had to think to themselves, you know, maybe it’s not such a good idea to give everybody a White House e-mail account.
I mean, do you really not think what you write through such an account, be it the umpteenth forward about how men can’t put the toilet seat down or explanations of how you’re going to lie to Congress today, is going to end up in somebody else’s hands? You work in the White House, you twits. The blatant stupidity of it offends me, on top of the lying and illegal stuff everybody else is already all over.
Tell me there’s a manual. Something along the lines of:
1. Don’t send the nuclear launch codes to Barney’s address, Mr. President.
2. No changing your nickname to “SexyBack123,” Madam Secretary.
3. Anything you say can and will be used against you in a court of law, Karl.
4. No, you can’t really get medication free from that web site, Laura.