Friday, March 13, 2009

There's victim, and there's stupid.


Um .. oh.

I'm thinking Twatsy should find himself another hero to worship. Possibly someone who isn't a howling retard.

I'm available.

. It gets better. It always does.


Noni Mausa said...

The "oh" link doesn't seem to work. I get

Secure Connection Failed uses an invalid security certificate.

The certificate is only valid for the following names: , *

(Error code: ssl_error_bad_cert_domain)


LuLu said...

When pressed, he said, "Of course, the campaign feels some sense of responsibility." But he added, "We do not believe there's any liability on the part of the campaign."

Shorter Right Wing about everything: While this might be our fault, it totally isn't.

Noni Mausa said...

Was this it?

Donors, security experts blast Coleman campaign as credit card numbers show up online
Republican, aides suggest partisan motives in aftermath
By Dave Orrick

Former Sen. Norm Coleman's campaign didn't do enough to protect donors' confidential information, and Wednesday that lapse came home to roost as more than 4,700 partial credit card numbers were posted on the Internet.

As data-privacy and security experts criticized the campaign's handling of a confidential donor database, the Republican and his aides suggested partisan motives — and told donors they should cancel their credit cards.


It was unclear whether the campaign violated a state law by not disclosing until Wednesday — after the data surfaced on a self-described whistleblower Web site, posted anonymously — that the information, including entire credit card numbers, was vulnerable...

Partisan motives? Exactly how would the Franken crew post Coleman supporter's info online? Oh wait, Coleman's crew did that. Sheesh.