A second judge has now blocked the Do Not Call List claiming it infringes on the telemarketer's rights of free speech (see story here: http://www.msnbc.com/news/971734.asp?0cv=CA01). This happened the same day that both the House and the Senate passed the legislation. About 50 million people are signed up for the list set to take effect 1 October. Is the judge overstepping his bounds, or is this list a good thing? I'd say that the telemarketers have all the right they want to speak freely, but I am under no obligation to listen. I fully support this list as it gives people freedom to choose whether they want to be solicited or not (except for a few who are exempt from the list-see http://www.donotcall.gov/ for more info). What say you?