Following Kerry's lead
Like everybody else on the Kerry campaign's mailing list, I got an e-mail yesterday asking that I call the offices of Frist and Hastert and go on record as supporting a full investigation into voting irregularities in the 2004 election. This, of course, I was more than happy to do. It took a while to get through -- apparently quite a few of my cohorts in the Kerry campaign stepped up to the plate.
The people in Frist's office were too clever by half -- they forwarded their incoming calls to Senator Kerry's office. (Obviously, the Kitten Kevorkian and his droids don't give a rat's ascot about talking to the voters FOR WHOM THEY WORK.) Fortunately, the good people in Sen. Kerry's office were able to give me another number in Frist's office, and one of his flunkies did have to talk to me.
I highly recommend you join this exercise in democracy. These people need to hear from you:
Dennis Hastert: 1-202-225-0600
Bill Frist: 1-202-224-3344
And please report that you've made your call