Yes, But . . .


Yes, but we’re going to screw up the State Ethics Commission and make it virtually impossible to search campaign contribution disclosure reports, timely access disclosure reports, and otherwise make campaigning open and transparent in Georgia.



  1. Demonbeck says:

    I know why the Ethics servers are having problems…

    any mention of Ralph Reed causes an automatic system-wide shutdown.

  2. Demonbeck says:

    It’s a failsafe really. The same thing would happen if any member of the Walker family filed as well.

  3. The Busdriver says:

    Demon, I hereby transfer the title of “best sarcasm”, and all its accompanying power and prestige, to you forthwith.

    You, my friend, have brought your A game today.

  4. CobbGOPer says:

    I love how we tout our efforts to revolutionize technology in government. And then none of it works…

    But I know the reason: they try to do all this stuff in-house. Which means the coders and developers and website administration and all that stuff is performed by government employees, who have very little understanding of the concept of Haste.

    If we outsourced some of this stuff, we wouldn’t have useless state websites like the Ethics Commission.

  5. BB says:

    ditto CobbGOPer. That Pentium I CPU with its 40MB HD and 64K RAM just can’t seem to keep up. The site is totally down now, maybe they are moving to a PII server, able to handle double (6) the visitors simultaneously…

  6. Demonbeck says:

    I heard that they upgraded from a Commodore 64 to a Commodore 128 just for this reason.

    Thanks Busdriver, I try.

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