Do you agree with the Supreme Court ruling that allows door-to-door visits without a permit?
Asked at Massachusetts Street on June 18, 2002
“No, because they’re bothering people.”
“I don’t think they should, because it’s annoying to have people knock on your doors.”
“If they’re going to have a no-call list, they should make a list like that for door-to-door sales. They should have a no-knock list.”
“No. It’s too dangerous. I think people should check people out. I don’t answer the door for salesmen.”