Thursday, September 18, 2008

Sound the alarm

I don't know which to be more alarmed over--that she was using Yahoo for official business, that hackers were able to get into her account, or that the media is trying to use this whole thing to discredit her. There is enough to discredit her, I think.


Legion said...

Well, given that I voted for John McCain in both 2000 and 2004 (I wrote him in) we know where I stand on who I'm voting for.

But seriously, this is really pretty funny. Especially this statement:

[quote]"If this woman is so careless as to conduct state business on a private e-mail account that has been hacked into, what in the world is she going to do when she has access to information that is vital to our national security interests?" she asked.[quote]

Because if this HADN'T gotten out, the same person would be saying, "What is she trying to hide."

Very funny.

Applecart T. said...

She is not my cup of tea. She has the verbal and sense skills of our current pres in lots of ways. She is not smart enough to know how to not get caught.

I watched the McC / O debate and followed up with … both men hold values and skills I think are necessary to run this place … I'm half-thinking that we would have been much better off if McCain had been pres. for the past four years, so that we'd have the Iraq thing finished to his satisfaction (victory) and might not have had the embarrassments of US torturing prisoners, and then could transition to a "let's fix all this other junk" Obama in 2009.