Since TCUnation first reported the "fishy" email post on the White House blog, the White House can't seem to come clean on any of their email activity.
This morning, as TCUnation reported earlier, the White House Senior adviser David Axelrod sent out an email to gather support for the healthcare bill. The email itself is not the issue but some people said they received the email WITHOUT signing up to get emails from the White House.
If this is true, where did the White House get the email addresses?
Watch the full video below. You will not believe it.
Did you get one of the emails mentioned without signing up for White House emails?
TCUnation would be interested to know.
About a month ago I started getting emails from the Obama White House.
I never emailed the White House at anytime.
Several years ago when I emailed Laura Bush about a Christmas Card. Mrs. Bush sent me a cordial note, (by snail mail) a month or so later, but I have never received any emails EVER from the Bush White House.
I was quite surprised to receive the Obama email.
Okay, I am sick of The Conservative Underground posting videos and saying that they have a meaning that is not clear in the video...Now before everyone starts attacking me let me be clear. I am incredibly conservative. I generally vote straight republican, except in the rare instance that the democrat is more conservative. But now back to my point, I am tired of seeing these videos. Clearly the House Press Secretary had no idea about the emails and didn't want to get trapped into saying something that he was going to have to come back and apologize for.
The Obama administration had done so many things that we should criticize, why are you attacking things that are just ignorance. These are games that the liberal media play all of the time, why are we (conservatives) stooping to their level?
Why doesn't this post attack the first half of this video? Why don’t you point out the fact that the government can never create competition? Time and time again history has proved that the only thing that constantly provides the economic competition in any field is private companies. Every time that the government steps in to make things more affordable, prices drop quickly but within a few years taxes have to be raised in order for the super low prices to stay the same and then the prices quickly surpass the original prices, so the public is left with higher taxes and they are now paying higher prices for whatever good or service the government set out to lower. Or prices remain low, taxes sky rocket, and the quality of the service drops as is the case with the fair housing deal.