Obama Campaign Throws More Hate Blogs Down the Memory Hole - Update: Obama Supporters Read the Riot Act to Webmasters
At the official Barack Obama web site, the blogs by deranged freak “Emmanuel Winner” (as quoted in this post) have now gone down the memory hole: Barack Obama : : Change We Can Believe In | Emmanuel Winner’s Blog.
Change! Can you believe it?
Of course, he was posting this stuff for months before it was exposed here at LGF. His blog index was 16 pages long.
Ever get the feeling you’re being watched?
UPDATE at 6/11/08 9:26:45 am:
The 9/11 Troofer and Socialist/Communist blogs are being allowed to remain, however, despite being pointed out several times, and denounced by Obama’s own supporters.
UPDATE at 6/11/08 9:44:50 am:
It should be noted that the Obama campaign is getting all kinds of credit for being “internet savvy,” much more so than the McCain campaign. But is it really true?
How could anyone who has spent more than 10 minutes on the internet not know that if you allow any random person with an ISP to post anything they want at your web site, you’re going to have serious problems?
And if they’re so savvy about the internet, why are there so many amateurish mistakes and security holes at their site—so many that they’re advertising for a web security expert, after putting the site online?
Like so much else about the Obama campaign, this notion that they are more “internet savvy” simply doesn’t hold up under close examination.
The whole idea of opening up a presidential candidate’s web site to anyone at all is fatally flawed, and shows a very serious lack of judgment.
UPDATE at 6/11/08 9:59:58 am:
Obama supporters are now beginning to read the riot act to the web administrators: Barack Obama : : Change We Can Believe In | Michael Pugliese’s Blog: Right-Wing Bloggers on mybarackobama.com blogs
Re: They ARE monitoring the site….
By Brosco from Newtonville, MA 41 minutes ago
The problem is that the other bloggers were not monitoring this site. If you call things to somebody’s attention, yes, they will act on it. The problem was that nobody on this site bothered to call anyone’s attention to these postings until LGF started calling attention to them. LGF also exposed some of the very poor design of this web site with its wide open directories and other problems of this sort. We owe them for this. I am personally concerned that since donations are being solicited on this site and a lot of security holes were shown to exist, that the information might fall into the “wrong hands”. I am now personally nervous about handing over my credit card data here. Yes, belatedly it has been noted that a security person is going to be hired, but that hire has not yet happened and that is locking the door after the fact. It is most disconcerting that the campaign is being implemented in such a manner. There have been too many redactions of late for my comfort. If this continues, it will call into question Mr. Obama’s administrative capabilities for this me.