White House: Axelrod spam? All because of outside agitators.
I just had this forwarded by one of my RS colleagues who doesn’t have time to hit this right now. Turns out that the Axelrod spam did happen, and it’s all because of all those awful “outside groups of all political stripes“: After insisting no one was receiving unsolicited e-mails from the White House, officials reversed their story Monday night and blamed outside political groups | Read More »
So, the White House *was* just signing people up without their permission.
(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 | Read More »