— Jeremy Bowers (@jeremybowers) June 15, 2015
Well, in all seriousness neither is all that concerning. New York Times journalist Jeremy Bowers explains, “Besides spoiling the “Die Hard” movies for people who haven’t seen them, the inclusion of the scripting files — something of a joke among the campaign’s programmers — does nothing to compromise the function of Mr. Bush’s website.”
In fact, he added, the code for Hillary Rodham Clinton’s site features an ASCII-art version of her campaign logo, and the page source for Rand Paul’s site includes a pitch to join the campaign’s tech team.
[ New York Times ]