Congrats on Bush winning election
I have caller ID. I make sure that any phone call from "Unknown caller" goes to the answering machine. That way I don't need to deal with solicitors. As to the Do Not Call List, that only applied to for-profit solicitations. Not-for-profit organizations, such as political, charity and religious, can still call.Did any of you get calls from the parties and recordings of polititians, etc? Ok, now my question...wassup with the "do not call" list that I am on. Guess it doesn't apply to politics, eh?
Since I live in a state that was "in play", I got recorded calls from all sorts of celebritries: Pres. Bush, Gov. Rendell, Ahnold (the Governator from Calif.), etc.bechtoea said:Did any of you get calls from the parties and recordings of polititians, etc?
Like in Brewster's Millions .... Richard Pryor's character says, "Don't vote for me! Vote for 'None of the above!'"pauljo said:It would be interesting to have a "reject all candidates" option. A vote in that column would mean: All parties have failed to offer a viable candidate. I want different candidates, and another election for this position.