I finally registered to vote a few weeks ago. And with registering came my first political phone call (I put undecided as my political party). I was on my way to Chicago yesterday (I live in Iowa) and I got a call from the Dean campaign. They wanted me to go to the caucuss. Of course I couldn't as I was en route to Chicago... the lady on the other end of the phone was quite for Dean. Then she proceeded to tell me that Bush was a "danger to the American people". This sort of took me aback. So I replied by telling her that "I'm actually quite a fan of Bush". She responded with, "Well then I've obviously called the wrong person. Sorry." Then she hung up. She put down the President, got snippy with me (it was a very angry tone) after I told her I liked Bush, and then she hung up on me. Is this how political phone calls go? If I was gung-ho Dean then why would she want to talk to me? Shouldn't she want to convince me that Dean is better than Bush? I'm not too sure about this whole campaign trail junk.