The GOP is a spammer

posted by Jeff | Tuesday, August 29, 2006, 11:29 AM | comments: 6

I keep getting e-mail from the GOP (which was not surprisingly caught by my spam filter) with no unsubscribe link. They even have a tracking pixel in the e-mail.

Spamming bastards.


Comments

, August 29, 2006, 9:25 PM #

I get it too. A while back, there was an unsubscribe link. I tried it and it didn't make any difference.

Did you ever read that garbage?

, August 30, 2006, 12:05 AM #

I'm a little tired of the democrats calling me at dinner time or coming home to a message on the answering machine.

, August 30, 2006, 3:45 AM #

...I bet you don't complain when the Republicans call at dinner time, do you? At any rate, there's a difference between being a nuisance (phone calls) and breaking the law (spam email without functional unsubscribe).

, August 30, 2006, 10:59 AM #

Really? I'm subscribed to donotcall.gov, still get the phone calls from politicians. What's the penalty for violating that law, not to mention there is a functional unsubscribe. To make matters even worst, how about my wife's teachers union calling and soliciting for democratic canidates. Here is another, I used to get a report from the representative of my district. Completely unsolicited. The only way he received my e-mail address was when I complained about his lack of responsiveness on a hot issue (Medical Malpractice) in my state.

, August 30, 2006, 2:23 PM #

The do not call list doesn't include non-profit or political work.

And democrat or republican, I have a policy of not answering the phone in the early evening. I will never for the life of understand how bothering people (be it phone calls, spam e-mail, or pop-up ads) is effective. Nobody I have ever met likes any of it. Yet it must work often enough because it continues to be done.

, August 30, 2006, 5:42 PM #

...and I'm sure politicians exempted themselves from SPAM laws as well.


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