Megyn Kelly to Obama spokesman: Will you Delete The Email Addresses?

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posted on Aug, 15 2009 @ 11:53 PM
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Originally posted by muzzleflash
#2) Doesn't the .Gov already have every single email address stored away? Or do you not believe in the NSA?


EXACTLY! If the .gov already has "every single email address stored away", just why would they need an additional email list? Unless, it's to create an ENEMIES (or friends) list!

Think about it. If what you say is correct, and they do have access to every single email address, then why would they need to keep a new list? I seriously doubt it's for MARKETING! So, unless the administration has some rich Nigerian uncle with a large check that can't be cashed overseas, what other reason do they need to keep the email addresses? To see who's a 'good little boy/girl who reports 'fishiness', just like they were asked'?



#3) Why would they need a "enemies list" when they already have one? Isn't it called the "Terrorist watch list"???


Maybe they need a 'BFF' list to go along with it. Like, "This here, is a list of those we can trust" and "This is a list of those we must eliminate" and everyone else is just normal worker bees and a common casualty (take 'em or leave 'em).




posted on Aug, 16 2009 @ 12:42 AM
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Didn't really feel like there was any substance to the whole interview,just typical nonsense and not concentrating on anything worthwile or crucial,just cheap entertainment.Pretty sad state of affairs when people describe such a woman as a *real* journalist.Anyway,as for the whitehouse spokesman dodging the question...i thought we all knew it is biologically impossible to get a yes or no answer from a politician?



posted on Aug, 16 2009 @ 12:55 AM
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What a load of trivia you watch and discuss over there . This fox news , does it have an email list it sends newsletters too ? , I bet and it and virtually every other organizations that do send these emails cannot vouch for sure every single email they send is read by someone that wants to read it . How'd you know their relations didn't sign up for them, how'd you know they aren't using shared inbox email clients . I doubt the white house is interested in the business of sending spam letters to those that don't want them intentionally . How many people got these emails anyway , hundreds of thousands ?, anyone know , it ought to be in the millions by the fuss caused over it , or maybe it was just 2 or 3 people .



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