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Email accounts pose problem

June 14, 2013

Lots of people use more than one email address, for very good reasons. People who use email at work usually maintain separate personal accounts, for example....

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Scarecrow57

Jun-14-13 11:55 AM

Please!! Should we expect anything less form the most corrupt, most dishonest, least transparent, most scandalous administration ever?

I mena come on now. These are the same people who told us Obamacareless would save money and latest estimates are it will cost $6.2 Trillion. And now the cost of the "low cost" plans are coming out. For a single person $4,332 annual premium. $2,000 deductible, $45 co-pay, $250 co-pay for ER. Essentially, an unaffordable insurance plan. I suspect most will opt out of the insurance and pay the penalty. Why to tax the poor and feed the rich (aka Insurance companies)

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Flapper

Jun-14-13 12:59 PM

I guess for an administration that is two faced and talks out of both side of it's mouth then two e-mail account are par for course.

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TiredOfTax

Jun-14-13 1:28 PM

Scarecrow... you are very close to losing your centrist position! But I wholeheartedly agree! Obama and his regime is the most corrupt that there has EVER BEEN and some are still committed to him and his band of criminals! Today after months of investigation Obama has decided that Syria has crossed that red line! The peace prize prez is sending aid to the rebels. Somehow now I am afraid that it will be the wrong decision, exactly like his ever growing track record of failure!

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Patriot1

Jun-14-13 1:45 PM

Wasn't it Thomas Paine who said, "Government at best is a necessary evil -- at worst, intolerable"?

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Hilltopper

Jun-14-13 2:11 PM

If a majority of Americans shared your sentiments we would have a different president. In Fulton County the last thing to go will be cable TV and the internet. What else is there to validate your extreme position, fuel you anger, and "expose" the president you love to hate? Meanwhile, it’s your choice to live on a steady diet of baloney because you choose to deprive your brain of a balanced diet. THIS is the new America, whether you and I like it or not. Immigration reform has been on the burner for over 30 years with no results. Get over it, too much anger will lead to a myocardial infarction. Then you'll wish you had Obamacare.

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Scarecrow57

Jun-14-13 2:34 PM

Patriot - here it is Let us not forget, this is form COMMON SENSE; something totally lacking in todays government.

"Society in every state is a blessing, but government even in its best state is but a necessary evil in its worst state an intolerable one; for when we suffer, or are exposed to the same miseries by a government, which we might expect in a country without government, our calamities is heightened by reflecting that we furnish the means by which we suffer!"

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gville70

Jun-14-13 7:42 PM

Some folks must not be old enough to remember Bush's presidency..LOL . TOT hold scarecrow's hand before he passes out .. Just spitballing here but could these "scandals" just be puffery and outright lies by republician blow hards? Repubs are like Nostradamus in their ability to predict doom and gloom before bills are passed and implemented..

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TiredOfTax

Jun-15-13 7:52 AM

Maybe it is too early in Holders investigation... if he has started!

There is no evidence that the FBI has contacted a single tea party group in its criminal investigation of the Internal Revenue Service, according to the groups the IRS abused.

“We have not been contacted by any federal investigative agency and, to date, none of our clients have been contacted or interviewed by the FBI,” Jay Sekulow of the American Center for Law and Justice told The Daily Caller on Thursday. The ACLJ has filed suit against the IRS on behalf of 25 conservative groups, with additional groups being added in the next couple weeks, according to a spokesman.

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TiredOfTax

Jun-15-13 1:51 PM

G70, do you believe anything that a democrat has promised? It is easy to see failure if you are not rammed so close to the source of the information... step back and take a look the healthcare bill is a total waste of TAXPAYER money! If seeing democrats failures in your eyes are predictions then I must be clairvoyant!

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TiredOfTax

Jun-16-13 9:20 AM

I sit here and wonder why an honest government would have multiple email accounts to circumvent the laws that they have sworn to uphold... it is not an honest action so it has got to be dishonest. GASP SHOCK STUNNED!!! From the Obama administration? Open and Honest the most TRANSPARENT administration in history? Just another day at the office for him and his cronies!

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FmrJtownRes

Jun-16-13 12:21 PM

Tired of Tax...you are SHOCKED, as were so many people when it was revealed that the Bush administration conducted any business they wanted to be kept from the archives, on RNC owned email servers. So, save the faux outrage for some other day. It's tiring to see the selective memory lapse.

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TiredOfTax

Jun-16-13 1:14 PM

Lets look at the things we can do SOMETHING about shall we? History is just that it is over and today we need to fight the corruption that reigns. Lets work together to get OUR country on the correct path for a change!

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