Of Nuisances and Democrats

On September 22, 2007, in General, by Neil Stevens

People who registered right away for the National Do Not Call Registry are soon to have their five year registrations expire, but in a functioning program Democrats see opportunity for a rare accomplishment.

I can see the point Rep. Mike Doyle has when he says that “When someone takes the time and effort to say, ‘I don’t want these kinds of calls coming into my house,’ they shouldn’t have to keep a calendar to find out when they have to re-up to keep this nuisance from happening,” but on the other hand, if he wants to take concrete steps to remove nuisances, shouldn’t he write a bill that also adds political fund raisers and pollsters to the Do Not Call rules, rather than just make the registration permanent?

Or would that actually do too much to reduce people’s nuisance levels, and make the idea just too substantive for this Congress?


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