Everybody smart knows you shouldn’t do questionable things on your work computer, whether sending out resumes or posting Casual Encounters ads or basically anything you might have a hard time explaining to your boss.
The scumbag criminals in the White House also practice this “cover your tracks” rule. Technically, they “work” for the “American people,” which means the White House computer network and affiliated websites, e-mail accounts, backups and archives are the property of the United States, as required by the Presidential Records Act.
Find out how they’re breaking yet another federal law, after the jump.
This U.S. Attorneys mess has again shown that White House senior officials are conducting all their dirty work using a privately owned secret computer system – White House e-mails sent to Jack Abramoff were also mailed from the private server, GWB43.com.
The secret server isn’t part of the government or officially part of the Executive Office. Karl Rove apparently does 95% of his e-mailing using the GWB43.com server. Bush claims his office doesn’t use e-mail at all, specifically because he doesn’t want to leave any evidence that could be subpoenaed – obviously, all presidential e-mail is also through the secret private mail server.
When they are put on trial, there will be no written record of their thievery and campaigns of horror, because there won’t be any e-mail archives.
Here’s the domain’s registration info:
Domain Name: GWB43.COMAdministrative Contact, Technical Contact:
Republican National Committee dns@RNCHQ.ORG
310 First Street SE
Washington, DC 20003
999 999 9999 fax: 999 999 9999
Record expires on 16-Jan-2008.
Record created on 16-Jan-2004.
Database last updated on 21-Mar-2007 17:45:46 EDT.
Ha ha, it’s also a federal crime to use false phone numbers in a domain registration.Ha ha ha, a political party accountable to no-one – okay, it is accountable to Halliburton executives – owns the domain for the secret private mail server the Bush Administration uses to evade the law. Ha ha. Ha.
The various chairmen in Congress who maybe just maybe might be starting to grow teeny tiny leetle balls regarding Impeachment have already sent formal demands to the White House to stop deleting e-mail records. And we bet they’re really paying attention at the White House!