"Allowing snivelling dolts like ratcliff to honk his useless republican head off braying about something which doesn't exist."
Cannot spell sniveling, nor my last name. Hell, he could have copied and pasted it, FFS. Eh, but that is what makes a troll a troll.
But at least Seán has made me take a second look at my voter registration card. I supposed a Republican party vote would be a tactical vote against the Obama camp for most of us NPA types. Perhaps he also exemplifies the frothing masses, about which I have spoken previously.
But let us be fair: McCain got his intarwebs haxored as well. That is common knowledge at this point, having been plastered on every news outlet around this and a few neighboring planets. The point remains that the Obama campaign apparently did not spend a wise amount of the contributions in a place where it should have been: security. Well, unless you count body-guards.
But then that just shows what an "everyman" he really is, does it not? I mean, how many people on the street really understand the value and importance of cyber-security? (Please refrain from answering a rhetorical question.)
Then again, no one who visits the websites should have anything to hide, so they should not be worried about local browser storage, security in-transit, or the apparent potential of a back-end database compromise.
Seán, read my name again to get the correct spelling. I want it emblazoned in your enraged skull while you finish your cup of whatever, wherever you are, and let it lull you to sleep tonight as the day's last bits of froth crust over on your cheek, waiting to be resurrected in the morning when joined by a fresh batch free-flowing from somewhere deep in your brain.
Paris, getting plastered on this and every planet.