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Monday, November 3, 2008

IM10 Robo-Calls Targeting by Party

a little love for the War College, if you please...

I just got a robo-call from the supporters of Initiated Measure 10. In the recording, Dick Butler identified himself as the former Democratic state treasurer, then urged me to vote yes on IM10 in order to stop Republicans from using taxpayer dollars for lobbying and other nefarious purposes (well, nefarious is my word, not theirs).

Funny, I didn't know IM10 was a partisan measure. Clever target marketing, kids. But somehow, I just don't think the South Dakota Conservative Action Council, the main backers of IM10, view Republicans as their main target...

...or maybe they really are targeting Republicans... the ones who won't give them cushy jobs in Pierre.

If any of my Republican friends have received a call from Sam Kephart telling them to vote yes on IM10 to stop Democrats from spending taxpayer dollars on beer and cigarettes, let me know!

1 comment:

  1. I am tired of Robo-calls. I am on the do not call list. I ran to the phone 3 times in a row on Sunday during a very messy improvement project to answer a phone with no one there.

    As soon as I can get the wording and concept finalized, there will be another initiated measure on the ballot in the next election targeting these calls.

    If you want to talk to me, come to the door and knock. Otherwise leave me alone. As a matter of principle I will vote against whoever calls me the most.


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