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Saturday, March 21, 2015
Emily Litella is back, that sweet
hard-of-hearing SNL news regular is back with her opinions on:
What’s all this fuss about male
servers?Hillary Clinton is a strong powerful
woman. She should not be getting her own meals, and laundry.She is too busy to be running errands.If Hillary wants her servers to be male what
is wrong with that? I’m sure she may get personal with some of her male servers
and that’s her business.I doubt her
male servers had anything to do with her performance as Secretary of State, so
there shouldn’t be any fuss…
Ah…that is servers for email, Emily;
Hillary Clinton has been accused of using her own personal email server for all
the business she conducted as Secretary of State.Many people believe that was breaking the law
and is a serious offense for someone who wants to be President of the United
Ooh, email servers…I thought it was
male servers…never mind.
Actually, even if it is email
servers, who gives a rat’s heiney?
I have to agree
with Emily on this one.Who gives a rat’s
ass?I know, emails are very important;
they have been ruled as legal documents and are not to be destroyed for humpty-hump years.Government officials should
save all their emails and they should be accessible whenever anyone wants to
examine an issue.
this, but still, to my mind emails do differ from traditional written documents.
As much as everyone is becoming cognizant
of their importance and how they are treated legally, emails are often used as
casual conversation, thinking out loud and just small talk.As such I think it is unfair to force all
emails to be turned over and analyzed at the drop of a congressional
as well require all government officials to wear GoPros all the time and capture
every meeting and every casual conversation.I think that would stifle creative thinking and have everyone walking on
eggshells at all times.It would be counterproductive.
emails as casual conversation.They
replace cumbersome meetings and face to face discussions with the more
economical and productive electronic communication.When people, government officials as well as
business leaders, finally get used to the fact that emails are all saved and
can be subpoenaed, their only function will be to set up meetings and other mundane messages.All communication will go back to face to
face, or carefully edited, lawyer cleared written documents.We gain nothing, and lose an effective
economical form of communication.
Hillary skirted some rules and maybe broke a law.I’m just not sure I agree with the law.I’m not sure emails should be considered
public property.I think in the long run
the interpretation of emails being official documents which can be subpoenaed
is a very bad concept.
probably broke the law, and like Emily Litella, I don’t give a rat’s
heiney.If Hillary wants male servers,
she should have them. The following was the opinion of Emily Litella and a
cranky old man and is not necessarily that of management…Mrs.