A quick aside- dontcha just love how when the "No-Call List" legislation was written, the politicians exempted themselves from it? Anyway... here's how it went:
Her: Do you intend to vote in the Presidential election this year?
Her: Are you going to vote for John McCain or Barack Obama?
Me: Neither one.
Her: Then you're undecided?
Me: No, I've decided.
Her: Then are you going to vote for John McCain or Barack Obama?
Me: There are five Presidential candidates on the Indiana ballot, you know. And eight more allowable write-ins. I'm not going to vote for either McCain or Obama; I'm voting for one of the other eleven.
Her: That's not a choice on my sheet.
Me: Well, it should be.
Her: I'll put you down as undecided. Does supporting abortion rights make you more or less likely to vote for that candidate?
Me: It's not a consideration.
Her: What do you mean?
Me: I mean abortion isn't one of my issues. I don't care where they stand. Put me down as undecided.
Her: Undecided isn't one of the choices for this question.
Me: Imagine my surprise.
Her: Then what do I put down?
Me: I don't care; pick one.
It kind of went downhill from there. I actually did try to cooperate with her as best as I could- but given the nature of her questions, my best wasn't very good. I couldn't help wondering as she continued if this was one of those polls that would determine that Obama would have 75% of the vote if it weren't for racism.