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Top Democrats Tell Putin To Halt Hacking Of US Political Parties
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User Rank: Ninja
9/26/2016 | 8:17:56 AM
Re: Proof?
"... government how they must act ..."

Also completely agree. They care less as US would not care what Russia think of US.
User Rank: Ninja
9/26/2016 | 8:14:52 AM
Russian government?

It does not have to be Russian government doing it, anybody in Russia would love to have influence on US elections.
User Rank: Ninja
9/26/2016 | 8:12:38 AM
Re: Proof?
"... ust what proof do they have? ..."

Good question. if Russian hackers had a chance to hack any system in UC hey would do it I would say.
User Rank: Ninja
9/26/2016 | 8:09:58 AM
Re: Thank goodness
"... dems told putin to stop ..."

I agree. We just need to secure our systems, they will use any options available to them.
User Rank: Ninja
9/26/2016 | 8:06:59 AM
Why not secure?

It is not clear to me why we continue to discuss this and not having these systems secured in the first place. Political parties most likely hold information about public that should have been secured.
User Rank: Apprentice
9/24/2016 | 4:04:08 AM
Just what proof do they have?  Just because the MSM says it is so is not "proof"  Tella LIEoften enough and some will begin to believe it.  By the way, who are we to telol a sovreign government how they must act?
User Rank: Strategist
9/23/2016 | 10:00:33 AM
Thank goodness
I think we can all sleep better now knowing top dems told putin to stop... i know from our long history with them, Putin always listens to what we say. Like when we told him to leave Ukraine alone lol

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