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Discussion in 'Too Hot for Swamp Gas' started by ncbullgator, Jun 20, 2014.
g8orbill, they can't handle the truth.
Certainly. But I'm not sure that a bunch of Republican politicians on a committee are all that interested in the truth, unless the truth just happens to line up with their agenda. I hope they find all of the missing emails.
If you are speaking about me, I completely want everything out there, nothing destroys a democracy more than political power being used to silence opposition illegally.
But to assume that people are lying just because you don't agree with what they say is unfair.
An IG report says that there wasn't a conspiracy against conservative groups, there is an email from Lerner to her tech people after she lost all of her emails (before the congressional inquiry) asking to get them back and couldn't, and nothing else of substance came out of the hearing.
Show me something that Koskinen who I have defended and I will be out there with the pitchforks too.
Well 'crashing' Lerner's computer that was all part of their devious plan going forward.
Stop it, the IRS has been playing this game with the emails for far to long. Your comment is a distraction to what's going on in this matter. Six hard drives that contains requested emails allegedly crash and nothing is backed up on servers. HORSECHIT.
Well, from the reaction I'm seeing here, I don't think you guys are all that interested in the truth either, unless it happens to line up with your agenda.
Just seems like deflections, but obviously great lengths have been gone through not to have these emails exposed so what is one supposed to think?
What are the odds of the scenario presented by the IRS happening.? It must be astronomical.
If my computer crashes I can still get my e-mails from www.verizon.net
I don't get it?
Alarm going off. WAKE UP!
CARBONITE. $55/year. less per user for businesses. But all this is bull. Lerner and the other 6 have emails that can and will be found. The IRS is simply playing 4 corners and the white house is too.
GDE, we all know emails are backed up on servers.
Well it's pretty clear that Lerner's computer did crash in 2011 and they were unable to read the disk. Either that or in 2011 they saw all of this coming and they staged it with emails sent back and forth at that time. I can't speak for the other computers because I have no information on them.
But hopefully they will find the missing emails. Bring in some experts and track them down.
You can't be this obtuse to technology
How so? Explain to me what I am missing.
We're not talking about one hard drive but six of people the House wanted emails. The chance that all their hard drives crashed are off the charts. Let's leave this aside and just assume for a moment it's true, the thought that these emails are not backed up on servers is beyond dumb, I mean I've heard better excuses from my kids.
E-mails are not saved to hard-drives, they are saved to servers. The Columbus Police have servers. If I was to crash my hard-drive on my division computer so as to hide correspondence between detectives or prosecuting attorneys, all the CPD would have to do is go to their server. When I lost the hard-drive in my old computer, I got a hold of Earthlink and asked them if they could retrieve them and my addresses. They did. It took about 2 weeks, but I got all of my old e-mails and addresses back.
Thanks GC, I know you don't like to post here
That depends entirely on the system.
I don't know the details on the other computers. Did they all crash? Or did the person simply not save old emails? Six computers out of how many? 6? 100? The denominator is important here. What are the details? Can you tell me?
Last week you guys were making a huge deal about Lerner's computer. Turns out it appears it really did crash in 2011 and the files were unrecoverable. So until you have all the information, maybe you should hold back on judgement, though I know that's never stopped you guys before.