jnantz2 at GETNET.NET
Mon Jul 28 15:34:44 MDT 2003
They don't know when we eat dinner, but I have a right to tell them do not
call me. All the government is doing here is making it easier for me to
tell them not to call me. I don't understand why they want to insist on
bothering people who obviously don't want to talk to them.
At 05:21 PM 7/28/2003 -0400, you wrote:
> In the words of GWB, bring it on!!! They don't have a right to
> interrupt dinner for you, me, or anyone else.....................
>At 11:43 AM 7/28/2003 -0700, Jim Nantz wrote:
>>I just saw an article at foxnews.com saying a trade organization for
>>telemarketers is suing the government over the do not call list. They're
>>saying this is a violation of the first ammendment.
>>Wrong. They have a right to say whatever they want, but they don't have a
>>right to be heard. I don't have to listen. We have a right to say we
>>don't want to be called by them. I have a right to say whatever I want,
>>but I don't have a right to try and force you to listen. Broadcasters have
>>the right to put advertisements in the chrome plated crap they broadcast,
>>but we have the right to turn off the tv or radio during the commercial or
>>fast forward through the commercial if its on tape. They don't have a
>>right to force us to watch or listen to an annoying commercial.
>>I hope the courts that hear this lawsuit have enough sense to tell the
>>telemarketers to shut up.
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