About a week ago:
- Hello, is this Mrs. Sarah Christensen? - This is she. How can I help you? - Hello Mrs. Christensen. I am X calling from Republican Something-Something and we are conducting a survey and were hoping you might be open to participating. - Sure. Shoot. - Okay, the first question is: how do you feel about Obama’s presidency? - I’m very pleased with Obama’s presidency thus far. - The second question is, wait. What? - I said that I’m very pleased with Obama’s presidency thus far. I’m proud to have voted for him. What is the second question? - Thank you for your time, Mrs. Christensen. (click).
- May I please speak to Sarah Christensen? - Speaking. How can I help you? - Hello, Sarah. I am Y from Democrat Something-Something. Do you have time to answer a few questions? - Sure. Go ahead. - The first question is: how do you feel about Obama’s presidency? - Really? That’s the first question? Someone called here a few nights ago with the same question. You said you’re from Democrat Something-Something? - Yes. - Alright. I am very displeased with Obama’s presidency. I am grateful that I didn’t vote for him. - Okay, we have no further questions. Thank you very much. (click).
You can probably also categorize this under Why I Absolutely Never Listen To Polls Ever. Because I Feel Like Some Of Those People Probably Just Want To Have Dinner In Peace.
Oh, okay, and to satisfy your curiosity: I wrote in a candidate on the 2008 ballot. BWAHAHAHAHAHA.