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  •  Some of the largest costs to these types of (6+ / 0-)

    operations is the research and the actual calling, the robo-calling.

    To pay out hundreds of thousands of dollars for robocalls to be made that accomplish nothing [except at best confuse people], and to do so across a dozen States is bad enough.

    But it's not like they were not warned previously that these calls were done in error, and this is the problem I have with this whole mess.

    I'm sorry, but gross incompetence that continues after being called to task over and over again underscores ether deliberate malfeasance or some sort of criminal enterprise.

    I refuse to believe that an organization can be so damn incompetent that it blows off warnings, and even investigations and complaints by State Police agencies and official Democratic Party inquiries in State after State.  

    Something stinks really badly underneath this. Reeks of something horribly wrong.

    It's either a deliberate attempt to screw with voters, or someone is making money [the relationship of the research and robocalling firms and their links to people inside this non-profit bear great scrutiny]. Or maybe, both.

    "Change doesn't happen from the top down,
    it happens from the bottom up." Barack Obama

    by shpilk on Thu May 01, 2008 at 10:47:56 AM PDT

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