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Who's Going to Stop the Obama-Google Machine?
Candidates are lining up to become your next president, but none have garnered support from Internet giant Google, which is backing Obama's re-election campaign bybrokering a "special deal" for the Obama 2012 campaign. A Google ad sales representative said thatGoogle gave Obama a special deal on a "pre-alpha product that is being released to a select few clients." Politico reports that:"The new ad program would charge clients for every email address (or other piece of user data) they collect. The program is attractive to campaigns eager for that information..."
Not only has Google avoided paying $60 billion in taxes, but the company's unrestricted access to the Obama administration has enabled Google to use taxpayer-funded government planes to jet-set to exclusive destinations. Google has spent millions of dollars on lobbying and political contributions, trying to spin their way out of big questions about their monopolistic practices and privacy breaches... but having friends in high places, like say theWHITE HOUSE, certainly helps when pesky investigations start cropping up. Last year, Schmidt said:"the Google policy is to get right up to the creepy line and not cross it." But EVERYTHING aboutGoogle'srelationship with the Obama administration, and theirgathering of personal data on hundreds of millions of people across 30 countries,IS CREEPY! For three years, across 30 countries, Google's Street View cars were supposed to be capturing STREETS, but they alsoaccessed open wireless networks as well and downloaded personal information like e-mails, passwords and other private data in the process.(Schmidt's famous reply to critics was, "If you don't like it, then move.") The official response from Google on the Wi-Spy issue was that a rogue developer must have snuck some kind of code in there by accident.Sorry! That apology was good enough for the Obama administration. Private data stolen? No problem. The case was closed. No other investigation was done. The Federal Trade Commission abruptly ended its investigation of Street View. Consumer Watchdog, a nonprofit consumer advocacy organization, previously has called onHouse Oversight and Government Reform CommitteeChairman Darrell Issa (R-CA) toinvestigate the Obama administration's close ties to Google. They have raised concerns not only about the Wi-Spy data, but about Google's privileged access to NASA's Moffett Airfield, which is conveniently located near Google's headquarters inCalifornia. Their report says the airport"has been turned into a taxpayer-subsidized private airport for Google executives used for corporate junkets." Google and NASA struck a "deal" in 2007, allowing Google to use the airfield "in the name of scientific research." But apparently,Google needs to do a lot of research in the Caribbean, or among the Hollywood elite at the Sundance Film Festival, because those are the kinds of places Google executives are taking the jets. Other groups have been denied use of the field, including a nonprofit humanitarian group, because obviously, hitting the swag room at Sundance is much more important than getting aid to needy people. The American people deserve to know the truth behind the cozy Obama-Google partnership! We need to know why our tax dollars are paying for Google executives to party around the world. SEND FAXES to every member of Congress to DEMAND an investigation of Google's relationship with the Obama administration. Let'salert Congress immediatelyand put an end to these strange bedfellows.
Members of Congress need to hear from you! Sincerely, Tony Adkins Conservative Action Alerts P.S. In 2008, Obama told Americans that his Administration would be the most transparent in history; but we have since discovered that he has misused Americans' tax dollars and seized our privacy rights in order