Yep ole Wayne La-dairy-aire himself --- well on tape !!
Lady said that they were doing a survey and wanted my opinion. But first I needed to listen to an important message from Wayne La-dairyaire. so I politely listened to the message which lasted about 30 seconds. Then there was a silence, and I had to say "hello" to get someone to come back on. A different lady was on the line this time and wanted to know if I agreed with Wayne?
I politely said "no ! !"
She said Ok, good bye.. But then I asked her "I thought you were doing a survey and wanted my opinion." So when she asked what it was, I told her I believed in the second amendment and that people should have a right to own a gun, but I did not believe that military assault weapons should be allowed on our streets. Then there was this big "click" !!
Not a not even a "by your leave"" thank you for your time", "Have a good day"nothing she just hung up. A "F-U, Jack" would have been more hospitable !
Well so much for the NRA wanting people's opinions; about like Fox news wanting people's opinions – only if it matches their own ! ! Course I didn't expect anything less.
Those are telemarketing companies which the NRA hires to make marketing surveys.I do not think this is really from the NRA. I use to run these companies in SF years ago.That is being rude really on her part.
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