Friday, November 03, 2006

Lessons learned from the primary season

I would have thought that the level of complaint regarding anonymous robo-calls, phone polling and other intrusions into everyday life (Yard signs in piblic psaces, excessive mailings etc.) would have taught the candidates that voters will get their information as they see fit and do not want to be bothered in the precious spare time each of us enjoys.

I have had the pleasure of multiple robo-push polls from the Conroy camp over the last two days.

Thanks you very much, Ms. Conroy (calls to the Cheh campaign confirmed neither they, nor any of their supporters commissioned any such activity, and Google searches on the purported company behind the calls were fruitless).

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