Of all the unconventional presidential candidacies in the 2016 season, I have yet to find any more enigmatic than that of Dinesh Ravishanker. Just a little over one year ago, Ravishanker was the CEO of Callfire, a company that provides commercial and political customers with
Whatever the truth is, we know a couple of things for certain: 1) This robot army doesn’t appear to be from Missouri 2) The onslaught of “robocalls” for Jason Smith is scheduled to begin on Monday, June 3, and continue into Tuesday, June 4.
Do these supporters of Republican Richard Mourdock really believe that their god’s political plans for the U.S. Senate seat from Indiana depends on computer programs that make automatic telephone calls to interrupt voters’ family dinners?
The few people who are members of the Right To Life Of Michigan PAC don’t care about this year’s election enough to actually get on the telephone and really call people. They prefer to let robots do the work in promoting their half-hearted ideals.
The other day, I counted six election-related robocalls to my home. I didn’t listen through to the end of a single one, and to tell you the truth (no, say it isn’t so!) they pissed me off. I hear tell they piss other people off,
How much did the politicians sending robocalls my way pay for their database? I’m just asking because I’ve received a half-dozen robocalls this week asking me to cast my vote for various candidates in the upcoming North Carolina primary. And I live in Ohio. You’d