In a Politico story about what appears to be push-polling ("a political campaign technique in which an individual or organization attempts to influence or alter the view of respondents under the guise of conducting a poll") by Hillary Clinton is this gem:
Freeman Ng, a software designer in Oakland, Calif., reported getting a call late in the morning of May 5.
He wrote on DailyKos that day that he was asked how the fact that "Barack Obama failed to vote in favor of abortion rights nine times as a state senator" might affect his vote.
He said he was also asked a question that associated Edwards with tax hikes.
"A lot of the statements struck me as being very conservative and moderate in orientation, like the tax thing," said Ng, who stands well to the left of center. "To me, that was a plus that he's going to raise my taxes."
Hey, you wanna pay more taxes? Fine, pay more taxes. Nobody's stopping you. But leave me out of it.