Emailing the President

By Deane Barker on July 18, 2003

White House E-Mail System Becomes Less User-Friendly: This is a lot like the email system rolled out by Senator John Kerry a few months ago.

“When Mr. Matzzie sent an e-mail protest against a Bush administration policy, the message was bounced back with an automated reply, saying he had to send it again in a new way. … 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.”

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Comments

  1. i just wanted to say that I really appreciate a president who is willing to get down on his knees and pray for his country on national tv. I believe that you’ve really challenged me as a christian and have helped me to be more confidant in my christian-being. it’s very supportive to have a president who feels the same way about wrong things in our society. I’m very against abortion. I’m very against racism. I know that you don’t get anyone’s e-mails unless the “people who work for you” or whatever,give it to you if they think it’s special or something. I’d really love if you’d send me back through letter because i don’t have e-mail. I love you George Bush. You’re a true hero. God Bless, Kearstin Davin. i just made up and e-mail address,by the way.

  2. In the time that it has taken us to negociate with the terroists of Fallucia we could already have them reduced to rationing food & water – What are we waiting for? Better hire Ralph Peters to help you develop a winning strategy.

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