It should come as no surprise that the Democratic Party is engaging in a bit of tit-for-tat with the Republicans as the race for the White House heats up.
The subjects at the moment are Wifi passwords.
At the GOP presidential debate last week in Milwaukee, the RNC sent out a nifty Internet password to reporters: "StopHillary."
Now for Saturday's Democratic showdown in Des Moines, party leaders went the extra mile: The name of the network is "13MillionNewJobs."
if you thot GOP debate WiFi pw wouldn't be the 1st salvo in politicization of WiFi pws have I got a surprise for you pic.twitter.com/Vbdbca0mcn— E McMorris-Santoro (@EvanMcSan) November 14, 2015
But as for the password, there are no jokes about stopping Donald Trump or Ben Carson.
In fact, there's no password at all: "The Democratic Party is the party of inclusion and we believe in expanding access and economic opportunity for all," they noted.
But some wonder if the attempt at reflecting "inclusion" spells out something else:
@EvanMcSan Democrats. The party of lax Internet security.— Jeff Schroeffel (@capdc) November 14, 2015
@EvanMcSan just like our borders they want nothing secure— r pro (@rjp1208) November 14, 2015
@EvanMcSan what message does this send about security?— Vaughn Sterling (@vplus) November 14, 2015
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