posted on Sep, 17 2008 @ 09:03 PM
Originally posted by Distractions4Nothing
Of course hacking into someone's email is wrong and criminal, but that is NOT the real story here, because that sort of thing happens all the time.
The real story is how incredibly irresponsible she is to expose the governorship to the risk of identity theft by using a Yahoo! account. THAT should
be a crime. That hacker could have used it to give orders to state personnel. Instead, whoever hacked her account simply exposed this outrageous
negligence, and they deserve a medal.
[edit on 17-9-2008 by Distractions4Nothing]
Are you people not paying attention to anything? I'm rather confused as to how people continue to say Palin was irresponsible. This was a private
e-mail account for personal use and there are NO SIGNS that it was used for government purposes. The only e-mails brought out here were two friends
praying for one another, some discussions on her and the smear campaign against her and some family pictures. That is all.
Ok, this sentence is for everyone to take a step back so it can be reiterated again that Palin was not using this account for government business.
All e-mails hacked were personal in nature and as it has been said several times already government e-mail accounts cannot be used for personal use
and vice versa.
Oh, and for those of you arguing, "this is what it takes to find corruption"..........well the patriot act and the FBI / CIA invading our privacy is
what it takes to find the terrorists...........
[edit on 17-9-2008 by Bugman82]