Monday, August 17, 2009

A White House E-Mail-Gate!

Camille Paglia said it best:
The ethical collapse of the left was nowhere more evident than in the near total silence of liberal media and Web sites at the Obama administration's outrageous solicitation to private citizens to report unacceptable "casual conversations" to the White House. If Republicans had done this, there would have been an angry explosion by Democrats from coast to coast. I was stunned at the failure of liberals to see the blatant totalitarianism in this incident, which the president should have immediately denounced. His failure to do so implicates him in it.

A commenter on Fareed Zakaria's zany half-wit remarks on how America is failing to respond to a crisis where "Costs are rising so fast that every day more than 10,000 Americans lose their insurance coverage." Does he just make up these figures as he did many facts in his book about America in the 21st century? Of course, his failure to note that many Americans gain insurance coverage and how many do so brand him as just another lyin' libtard. Commenting on Zakaria's hysterics and echoing Camille about the media's dereliction of duty is PeterClarke1:
The biggest story since Watergate and news media like ABC, NBC, CBS, CNN etc. with their pro and biased Obama reporting are no where to be found or heard.

So, this Administration is attempting to shift the blame from the President and his un-elected czars to “third parties-unnamed”. Laws that the President was sworn to uphold, the privacy act of 1974 and The Computer Matching and Privacy Protection Act of 1988, have been broken by the illegal act of gathering and soliciting emails and conversations about information from one citizen concerning another American citizen relating to health care.

Where are the voice and outrage from our elected Senators and Congress members. NOT a word spoken from them against this abuse of power and illegal act by the white house (snitch e-mails and a "reality check" section on the White House Web site). I guess they are still on vacation and hiding from the voters.

Time for Congress and the Senate to do their job of representing the people by holding hearings on the possible impeachment of this President for such illegal activities which are clearly in violation of the constitution.

Where, at least, is the appointment of an independent prosecutor to investigate such abuse of power by the President and his administration? No one, including our President is above the law! Please help inform the American public, by forwarding this article to all your individual friends and news blogs etc.

As I do in hopes that the American public will continue to regard the MSM as an active member of the DNC and essentially defaulting on their First Amendment privileged status. GE and its slavish NBC collection of orcs and uruk-hai commentators should expect Standard & Poor to downgrade its bond ratings and the Dow Jones will throw GE off its thirty blue chippers.

That would be a good start. Jack Welch is spinning in his... [oops, he's not dead yet!]

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