Foreign Push Pollers Stealing American Robots' Jobs!

| Tue Nov. 14, 2006 9:03 PM EST

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Callers touting Indiana Republican Rep. Mark Souder's tough stance on immigration apparently have thick enough foreign accents that the congressman himself said he couldn't understand them.

According to the United Press International, Souder complained about campaign calls made on his behalf after listening to a message left on his sister's answering machine in which the only word he understood was "Hayhurst," the last name of his Democratic challenger, Tom Hayhurst.

(Souder had to use live callers since robo-calling is illegal in Indiana.) Via The Hill.

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