I sent the following e-mail just a few minutes ago:
Add Me to Your Enemies List!!!!!
From: Charles Sakai (email@example.com)
Sent: Thu 8/06/09 7:26 AM
For: White House Enemies List
My subversive blog, "Bloodthirsty Warmonger," is categorically opposed to socialized medicine and many ignorant, misguided policies of the Obama Administration. This is my bid for immortality in the presidential archives. I got the idea for this communication from the Washington Examiner at http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/opinion/blogs/beltway-confidential/Obamas-dissident-database-could-be-secret----and-permanent-52571822.html
Charles M. Sakai
“I do not belong to an organized political party. I'm a Republican.” – Patrick Albright"
Bloodthirsty Warmonger" blog: http://bloodthirstywarmonger.blogspot.com/
UPDATE: This morning Rush Limbaugh is describing how FreedomWorks and other right-wing extremist organizations are being slimed by the Left. "Community organizers," says the King of Talk Radio, "can't bitch when the community's organized."
UPDATE2: A reader of the Hot Air blog site cited the following United States Code paragraph:
5 U.S.C. § 552a, United States agencies, including the Executive Office of the President shall, “maintain no record describing how any individual exercises rights guaranteed by the First Amendment unless expressly authorized by statute or by the individual about whom the record is maintained or unless pertinent to and within the scope of an authorized law enforcement activity.”
According to the above it appears to be illegal.
chemman on August 6, 2009
UPDATE3: Having nothing better to do, I sent dozens of e-mails to add names to their enemies list. It includes celebrated conservatives such as Rush Limbaugh and his brother David, Sean Hannity, Chuck Norris, Dr. Charles Krauthammer, and many others. Since Chicago politicians graciously allow the dead to vote [as long as it's for the Democrat], I included names such as William F. Buckley, George Washington, Alexander Hamilton, etc. There are even uber-liberals such as Keith Olbermann, Supreme Court Justice Sonya Sotomayor, and the entire staff of the New York Times. When facts are unimportant, imagination has a chance to kick in.