On Jan 19, 8:34 am, Roy Schestowitz <newsgro...@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> ____/ Rex Ballard on Saturday 19 January 2008 13:13 : \____
> > On Jan 18, 10:48 pm, Roy Schestowitz <newsgro...@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> > wrote:
> >> White House routinely destroyed emails
> > Interesting.
> >> ,----[ Quote ]
> >> | THE BUSH administration has destroyed countless emails during a crucial
> >> | part of US history in the interests, it claims, of saving disk space.
> >> `----
> > It's very interesting that the federal government has mandatory
> > monitoring of e-mails for financial institutions such as banks and
> > brokerages that mandate storage of ALL communication, especially that
> > related to stock transactions, while the Bush administration decided
> > that it couldn't afford another 500 GB USB drive for $150?
> > Most corporate and government archives have huge LTO tape libraries,
> > and the cost is less than ten cents/gigabyte, but the Bush
> > administration couldn't afford it?
> > But we can spend $1 billion/day on no-bid contracts for Iraq?
> > I'm I the only one who seems to think that maybe there is a backup
> > somewhere that the Bush administration doesn't want anybody to know
> > about?
> > Of course, after Nixon, keeping tapes a secret could be a problem.
> Indeed, but that's just drifting toward politics. I was hoping to focus on the
> fraudlent activities at companies which have people believe that they are
> computing Gods, not Dons (as in Mafia).
Well, I have a fitting name for Bush.............Vito, as in Vito
Corleone. Although in Bush's case, Vito Cornholeone is more