I think I’ve decided how to handle the White House thugocracy move.

Regardless of whether or not one agrees with Peggy Noonan in general, or even on this issue, the “enemies list” move by the White House is both potentially dangerous and seriously lacking in class.

So I’ve figured out what to do, based on one of my favorite web comics of all time.

Send ANYTHING fishy to flag@whitehouse.gov.  Right?

And what could be fishier than viagra, penis enlargement, and letters from people in Nigeria who mysteriously know how to funnel international funds via my bank account?

Give the bastards what they asked for.

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  1. Mike

     /  August 7, 2009

    Hell yeah. I was thinking of sending a copy of the Bill of Rights, but that would be a bit much. How about a Websters?

  2. happycrow

     /  August 7, 2009

    Everything and the kitchen sink, as long as it’s innocuous. You know, like those “mailbomb” cute and cuddly sayings posts?

  3. Mike

     /  August 8, 2009

    Well, I ended up sending a “dude, this is a bad idea.” email. I was trying to send a Neal Boortz link, but had problems so I kept testing different things until one sent and it was just a simple one. My wife did some flipping out (minor, but you can check my blog on why she did) and so I figured one was enough.


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