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He has to many anger problems plus I personnaly think that he should not build the wall.
New Jersey
 May 16th, 2017
Unknown...Caller id is Hollander Law
Subramanian
 Nov 09th, 2009
Payback is a Bitch!

Let's use their tactics on them.

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Had Enough
 Nov 08th, 2009
Love my caller id.
GJ
 Nov 07th, 2009
They called with an inflammatory and false push poll. Real scum.
Ramone
 Nov 07th, 2009
Phone number 312-568-4700 from AUL, "Americans United for Life", is given at the very end of this political survey asking about opinions on abortion and politics. I received this robot survey call on a Saturday, and on Monday, I will call the 312-568-4700 phone number back and ask to be removed from their phone call list. I am on the DO NOT CALL list, and I think these types of calls should be included in that list!!! What is the connection with Hollander Law?
I hate surveys
 Nov 07th, 2009
I have added my number to the DO NOT CALL REGISTRY and some do not realize that it usually stays on the DO NOT CALL REGISTRY for five (5) years and then you have to re-register. Another face some do not realize is that political calls are exempt from the DO NOT CALL REGISTRY. I work in a Registrar of Voters office and if your phone number is listed on your voter registration record it is considered public record and can and will be purchased by companies to use on calling lists and being on the DO NOT CALL REGISTRY does not exempt you from being called from these lists. So....

Make sure you re-register yourself on the DO NOT CALL REGISTRY every five (5) years and call your local Registrar of Voters office and ask that your phone numbers be taken off of your record. Companies may use old lists put it will prevent your number being put out there in the future. Hope this information helps.
deauxgirl
 Nov 07th, 2009
Scumbags doesn't even begin to say what I think of pollsters calling with lies and asking for an honest answer. People like this need to be driven into the ground.
Liars, liars, tails on fire.
Virginia. Jones
 Nov 06th, 2009
Election is over, as far as I know. Why are they calling me now? I didn't answer the phone, I don't know anyone that the caller ID would say Free CC 2009
Janbel
 Nov 06th, 2009
They're calling to try to make you feel sorry for their poor, struggling, billionaire health insurance company executive friends. I've picked up the phone twice (2nd time was this morning, Friday, Nov. 6th} and they've only left the last few words "will call back later". After finding this great website and identifying them, I'm thinking "whoa, effective robocalls, you weapons-grade idiots- yeah, keep up the good work!". I've tried to call them back a few times to let them know that every time they call, I call a different congressperson to ask them to vote for a strong public healthcare option but that phone number is always busy.
There is just no excuse for 45,000 Americans dying every year because they can't afford health insurance or have had health insurance denied and even cancelled (Cambridge Health Alliance/ Harvard Medical School study). My mom loves her Medicare and wishes that I could also have it. That's what she tells our congresspeople when she calls them.
Call your congressperson right now- they're trying to pass the House healthcare reform bill today or tomorrow so this is the best possible time to call. It's also the best possible revenge for these infuriating robocalls.
It's easy: Call the Capital switchboard (1-202-224-3121)and they will direct you to your 2 senators and your representative. They will directly connect you with one, write down the 2 numbers for the other 2 representatives and call them next. There are usually toll-free numbers but they have been shut down due to the heavy volume of calls today.
You can keep it simple "please ask so-and-so to pass a strong public healthcare option", you can also defend Medicare or the VA healthcare system, even better is to add a story of your own. A good story makes the most impact.
Keep trying if it's busy and stay on the phone if you get put on hold- it normally doesn't take too long. You can also look up their numbers on www.Senate.gov and www.House.gov. If you can’t get through at all today, call after hours and leave a voice mail.
Oh what the heck! Call the White House too! 1-202-456-1111. I did. You can too.
Sarah in NC
 Nov 06th, 2009
Recording for a survey for Obama's health care plan, saying that with this health care plan abortions could increase. Apparently it has something to do with the "Church" as they asked questions that were mostly religious. However, it was way too vague in the questions. Question one was "do you consider yourself to be Pro-Life." Well, even though I am Pro-Choice, I consider that to be Pro-Life. (why do people think when you believe in Pro-Choice that you are not Pro-LIfe?). Then they asked if I was Catholic. Did I attend mass or church on a weekly basis. Did I contribute to a church regularly, etc. I would like to get back in touch with them and add a comment of my own..."Separation of Church and State" NEEDS to be followed !!!
Hilda
 Nov 06th, 2009
Recording asking if I wanted to take a survey. I said nothing and after 10 seconds or so, a recording said they "may" call back. I put the number in my "Phone Tray" anti-telemarketing software. The next time they call, the software will answer with the "number disconnected tones" and "out of service number". Maybe their autodial machine will pick this up as a disconnected number.
Howard
 Nov 06th, 2009
Called asking if I want a government controlled heath care system then the call failed.
Anon
 Nov 06th, 2009
I wish that when you pay for an "unlisted" number, that you would get what you pay for ! ! I have so many places calling my house and I do get mad and tell them to stop calling. They just call from another number with the same pitch. Now the Repubican Party has to take my personal time to answer the phone and get "Vote Republican" and then hang up ! That is real crap republicans, tell your party to stop looking so stupid and leave the working people alone !
Mad Benton Ar
 Nov 05th, 2009
LM that it was a public service call and they would call back
LIBSBLO
 Nov 05th, 2009
The elections are over, so I guess the number and caller ID are being repurposed for an automated survey. It asked this question: "Regarding the issue of abortion, do you consider yourself to be prolife?" The recording said it was paid for by the Susan B. Anthony List and included what appeared to a phone number at the end: 703-875-3370. This was not the phone number listed in the caller ID.
Jessica
 Nov 05th, 2009
Keeps calling and won't leave a message. Don't want to leave a message, then don't call
GETTING MAD
 Nov 05th, 2009
Call from the govenor about a book signing at a Barnes and Nobles that does not exist. The caller ID said the call was from Hollander Law.
Confused
 Nov 04th, 2009
Call my house 5 times in one day
Kevin
 Nov 03rd, 2009
I do not need no republican calling me
just me
 Nov 02nd, 2009
They are calling me know 5 times a day. A recording telling me to vote Republican. I've made a complaint to the Do Not Call Violations. They call from at least 10 different numbers. My phone is ringing now as I type this, that makes 6!!
Jersey Girl
 Nov 01st, 2009
other sites say this is republican party

called left a message in support of WA state initiative 1033, one interestingly enough most of the republican pols are against
Caller Type: Political Organization
sdu
 Oct 31st, 2009
Didn't answer, they didn't leave a msg
anon
 Oct 30th, 2009
Republicant political message
Annoyed
 Oct 30th, 2009
Republicant political messaeg
Annoyed
 Oct 30th, 2009

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