By Greg Sargent - October 27, 2008, 5:18PM
Some three dozen workers at a telemarketing call center in Indiana walked off the job rather than read an incendiary McCain campaign script attacking Barack Obama, according to two workers at the center and one of their parents.
Nina Williams, a stay-at-home mom in Lake County, Indiana, tells us that her daughter recently called her from her job at the center, upset that she had been asked to read a script attacking Obama for being “dangerously weak on crime,” “coddling criminals,” and for voting against “protecting children from danger.”
Williams’ daughter told her that up to 40 of her co-workers had refused to read the script, and had left the call center after supervisors told them that they would have to either read the call or leave, Williams says. The call center is called Americall, and it’s located in Hobart, IN.
full article @ Talking Points Memo
The engine is running, and starting to get up a full head of steam. Right off the rails into Trainwreck City.
Paul Lienert, correspondent for Edmunds Inside Line
Can’t come soon enough.
After Palin’s comments on Sunday about her wardrobe:
A senior adviser to John McCain told CNN’s Dana Bash that the comments about her wardrobe “were not the remarks we sent to her plane this morning.”
This just cracks me up. (via)
I just sent this out to the rest of my team. Yeah, we’re SEO specialists.
What’s wrong with name of first pet / street name where you lived when you were a kid? Tried and true.
Fido East 233rd Street.
Speaking of bent, we have our own little offshoot going here. I want to hear from Talix and karion, now. ;)