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Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Senate Staffers Warned to Stay Clear of Drudge Report

This is a complete crock of shit, as I have 3 computers on my desk and one of them is usually on Drudge most of the day, usually a laptop I use strictly for listening to the conservative talk radio shows each day, which would be Laura Ingraham at 8, Rush at 11 and either the Dennis Miller repeat or the Beck show from the morning which runs opposite Ingraham locally here.


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So basically this is nothing more than another congressional lie.

I would venture to guess it's all their staffers reading  emails, left wing blogs, porn, MySpace and Facebook all day, that's where the all the damn viruses on the internet reside, and as a full time internet worker and junkie day in and day out for a decade now,  I know what I'm talking about.

Matt Drudge is the founder of the popular online news site The Drudge Report,
which has been charged by the Senate with spreading computer viruses. (AP)
FOXNews.com - Senate Staffers Warned to Stay Clear of Drudge Report: "In the very body sworn to protect and defend the Constitution, an e-mail is circulating warning U.S. Senate staffers not to view one of the most popular news sites on the Web, claiming it could spread computer viruses.

The Senate Sergeant-at-Arms, the chamber's official gatekeeper, said the Drudge Report, a news aggregator, and whitepages.com, a telephone directory site, 'are responsible for the many viruses popping up throughout the Senate,' according to an e-mail from the Environment and Public Works Committee obtained by FoxNews.com.

Another e-mail from a separate office warned that staffers who had visited the Drudge Report or White Pages had experienced viruses on their PCs.

'Please avoid using these sites until the Senate resolves this issue,' the e-mail read. 'The Senate has been swamped the last couples (sic) days with this issue.'"
Bullshit. And Senator Inhofe says the very same thing......


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