Tom Hamburger for the LA TImes reports: Democratic congressional investigators are beginning to demand access to this RNC-White House communications system, which was used not only by Rove's office but by several top officials elsewhere in the White House. The prospect that such communication might become public has further jangled the nerves of an already rattled Bush White House. Some Republicans believe that the huge number of e-mails — many written hastily, with no thought that they might become public — may contain more detailed and unguarded inside information about the administration's far-flung political activities than has previously been available. "There is concern about what may be in these e-mails," said one GOP activist who asked not to be identified because of the sensitivity of the subject.
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