|Received:||1/10/2005 2:05:55 PM|
|Subject:||Trade Regulation Rule on Telemarketing Sales|
|Title:||Notice of Proposed Rulemaking, Request for Comment|
|CFR Citation:||16 CFR Part 310|
Comments:Has the right of business become so strong as to overwhelm common sense aproaches to the right of individuals privicy that we have to argue loopholes instead of closing them?? Does it take a genius to understand if an individual does not wish to have any unsolicited calls made to them they should not have to endure them. The no call registry performs this task simply and efficiently. Are those companies with a bank of legal representitives in charge of running this country and the citizens, whom the government should defend, merely pawns in the legalities of the rights to privicy?? What ever happened to the days of our forefathers who understood laws should be to protect and to serve not used as a means of finding loopholes. Is it not clear, when I sign up for the no call registry, I dont want unsolicited calls be they from someone I did business with or not. Clear and simple DONT CALL period. Why cant government stand up to the lobby groups with their legal counsel by their sides and just say NO. The law was never set up for anything other than representing the needs of society and to safeguard the rights and feedoms of those individuals who make up that society. Instead, determining right and wrong is no longer the issue. Lobbyists try to take a simple scenario and make it blurry. Please use common sense, not legal loopholes, in determining the direction this action must take. Tell the lobbyists NO means NO. Do not let them continue to rape the system for in truth that is what this action is all about.