Blackberry Gate!

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Being the mainstream American cat that our new President Elect is, of course he rolls with a crackberryblackberry where he can IM, check his email and what’s hot on the news and sports web pages.  The Secret Service wants him to give it up as it could be compromised by hackers.

President Elect Obama wants to keep it because he feels as president one of the toughest things for him to do will be to maintain a connection to the live events and vibe on the streets of America.  He was quoted as saying, “I’m still clinging to my Blackberry. “They’re going to pry it out of my hands.”

I side with the President on this one.  For one I like the idea of my president not being isolated in a glass bubble at the White House where he doesn’t know whats up.  Remember the indifference of Bush when Hurricane Katrina happened?  As horribly as he acted, or rather didn’t act, I wonder if he actually took the time to look at the news to actually see what was going on. 

Also if the President is not worried that his text and emails could be hacked, that means that he has nothing to hide.  No secret lovers or clandestine deals that could bite him in the behind.  I am sure he will get the low down on how to use secured phones and web functions in order to conduct presidential business.

I find it refreshing that my president may click on ESPN, or CNN once or twice a day to get the scoop on the happenings.  I say keep it!

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4 thoughts on “Blackberry Gate!

  1. Rich says:

    With all this technology out here, there has to be a way for him to keep it and his privacy intact. If not, that is a shame.

  2. Anonymous says:

    yup ^^^

    plenty of security available for El Presidente

  3. chaze77 says:

    I agree with Rich on this one- there has to be a way to allow Obama to both keep his Blackberry and remain secure.

    The problem, as I understand it is that Blackberry’s servers are not located within the U.S. Obviously with their servers being outside of our country and therefore outside of our jurisdiction, I think that poses some added challenges.

    Honestly though- if we can put a man on the damn moon, you’d think we could secure a daggone Blackberry.

    Just sayin’.

  4. Wilson says:

    I am an advent lover of technology. The NSA has measures to encrypt the blackeberry with codes and function to sustain the utmost level of security. I beleive the SS has a control issue. Some government agencies have become accustomend to “THE CHANGE”.

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