Government… we have a problem

CMS Administrator Told Subordinates to ‘Please Delete’ White House Email

CMS Administrator Marilyn Tavenner told two subordinates to “please delete” a forwarded email conversation between Tavenner and a group of White House advisers which took place days after the disastrous launch of
by John Sexton 15 Aug 2014 | Breitbart

The House Energy and Commerce Committee published the October 5, 2013 email today. It contains a discussion Tavenner had with White House health care policy adviser Jeanne Lambrew and several other White House advisers including White House Chief Technology Officer Todd Park. Tavenner forwarded the email chain to the CMS spokersperson and another subordinate saying “Please delete this email-but please see if we can work on call script.” Another short sentence that followed this has been redacted.

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Now it’s an epidemic. Hold on, I have the solution: Ban the “Delete” button.

Oh, does that seem absurd? Sorry, that’s what they want to do for guns.

I’ll be more practical. Remove the delete button on all gov’t equipment and software.

6 comments on “Government… we have a problem

  1. peppermintfarm says:

    Bull, you sure are churning out the articles faster than I can keep up. 🙂

    I think the government needs a “no delete” button as you say. If I recall correctly isn’t it a crime for these emails to be deleted? Aren’t these emails supposed to be kept or is that just the IRS?


    • Bullright says:

      Pepp, I don’t mean to put out too much but this just irks me that gov’t and bureaucrats just do as they please.

      You’d think the rules would mean something in government but I guess not. But we better cross our t’s and dot our i’s….or else. And I guess they’re even less worried about consequences. Seems like destroying public property, IMO.


      • peppermintfarm says:


        I was just a foolin wid ya as we, the dummies, say in the south say. 😀

        Obviously rules and laws are meaningless to those elites in our government which includes all of them. But now for us peons it’s a whole different story. Get out of line on just about anything, even on laws you don’t even know exist and you’re put in the pokey.


  2. Better idea:
    Let’s just delete our preponderance of bureaucrats…


    • peppermintfarm says:


      Excellent idea. Now all we need to do is figure out how to vote everyone of them out and nobody back in. Then they will all be gone. At this moment I need to contact some of my friends on developing an EMP type of delete button to only target DC.


    • Bullright says:

      That works. Gee, a button would be great. Must have an app for that.
      At this point I’d settle for that silly reset button.



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