January 18, 2012 | Filed Under Editorial Cartoons
6 Responses to “Robo-Calls”
Oh my, this is so very true. It’s so bad at my house that I’ve had to disconnect the phone until after the Primary.
All I can say is two things. First, Thank God this primary is less than one day away and second, Thanks again they don’t have our cellphone numbers!
We turned the ringer off and told friends and family to call us on cells.
We have too, Kevin. And Jim, it’s only a matter of time; some folks have received text messages from the candidates at 1 in the morning. And they (or their operatives) believe these calls win votes? NOT AT ALL.
Because of these obsessive and constant calls, I’m voting for anyone but Romney.
Mitt Romney violated South Carolina Code of Laws 16-17-446 three times.
Regulation of automatically dialed announcing device (ADAD).
We received three robocalls from Romney after 7 PM within a week’s time. One was a blatant call for a “Town Hall” meeting at 8:45 PM Eastern Standard Time.
I am an equal opportunity reporter: I will report Democrats and Republicans to the South Carolina Department of Consumer Affairs.
Am I making a difference? Probably not, since Consumer Affairs doesn’t have much funding to protect South Carolianians or even enforce SC Code of Laws.
Heck, I even reported Alan Wilson to Consumer Affairs when I received a robocall after 7 PM. And he’s now our Attorney General!
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