(Via Hot Air Headlines) I understand that it's probably legally wise for the White House to assign responsibility for Axelrod's health care spamming to all those evil, evil advocacy organizations, but really:
"We are implementing measures to make subscribing to emails clearer, including preventing advocacy organizations from signing people up to our lists without their permission when they deliver petition signatures and other messages on individual’s behalf."
If the petitions were only presented in hardcopy form, somebody had to enter those email addresses into the system. If the organizations in question had provided a digital list of email addresses, somebody had to add them to the White House's distribution list. If the organizations in question had signed up those email addresses one at a time, somebody on the White House Staff needs to explain why he or she didn't even set up a please-click-to-confirm-your-registration system.
Somebody with a name.
Crossposted to Moe Lane.