Friday | July 18, 2003
White House doesn't want to hear it
Bush already avoids the press like the plague, and now it's even hard to send a frickin' email no one important will ever read anyway:
Under a system deployed on the White House Web site for the first time last week, those who want to send a message to President Bush must now navigate as many as nine Web pages and fill out a detailed form that starts by asking whether the message sender supports White House policy or differs with it [...]Or a $2,000 check.
Anyone want to venture where the "differing opinion" emails get deposited?