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Monday, August 07, 2006

Hacked or not hacked

Oh man, here we go again.

Marion is claiming that someone hacked Joe Lieberman's site. I reported that team Joementum didn't pay their bill and ran an update about the hacking rumor. Hotline is been on top of the story and threw out this theory.
One theory we'll throw out: the site has been hacked to make it appear as if the Lieberman campaign, running against the Netroots' candidate, forgot to pay its website bill. On the eve of the election. That's a theory.
Oh, great. Now you know the dishonest Marion is going to blame this "hack" on Lamont supporters in an attempt to smear the online community (a.k.a bloggers).

Hey Marion and Sean, just pay your bill and you'll have no problems.

Luckily, "Terrible" Tim Tagaris beat me to the punch and posted this comment on the campaign's blog.
I post because Marion Steinfels is running around proclaiming that someone hacked her site. This isn't the first time they haven't paid their bills, it happened when the stupid bear-cub ad ran and Sean Smith bragged all the traffic (from people mocking the ad) crashed their site. Same notice.
Hotline is playing the role of Scooby Doo and promise to get to the bottom of this mystery and I have a Scooby snack waiting for them...