Monday, October 30, 2006

Call for Change - The Power of

Posted By on Mon, Oct 30, 2006 at 8:25 AM

If you're a Democrat you probably have been bombarded with phone calls. (You could also be bombarded with calls if you're a Republican or independent, but how in the hell would I know that?)

Now I see the usefulness of caller ID which I didn't want to pay the phone company extra for.

Yet, I don't mind those calls, because it demonstrates the passionate nature of wanting to get more Democrats elected into office.

The thought of Jon Kyl in office makes my skin crawl. Anyone who sucks up to Bush and wants to send more troops into battle is downright frightening.

If you want to make phone calls in your spare time, they make it easy for you. Check out Call for Change. You can make calls (and just not in Arizona) for 15 minutes a day or whenever you have some spare time.

This is not a politically paid for announcement.


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