A Dubbo business owner sick of seeing Clive Palmer advertisements on his television screen wants privacy laws changed.
The man, who wishes to remain anonymous for fear of damage to his business, wrote to the Daily Liberal on Saturday to vent his frustration.
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When contacted by phone he said he wanted whichever political party wins the May 18 federal election to make it illegal to contact people without their permission.
"We've been bombarded by text messages from [Clive] Palmer," he said.
"I only hope the that the rules change in relation to this unsolicited politicking.
"We're getting all these text messages and phone calls and we cannot block them.
"Legislation needs to be changed to protect our privacy."
The man said his anger reached a new level on Friday night after constant calls came through to his family from the Prime Minister.
"I got a call on my work mobile. At the very same time my wife got a call on her mobile. Then we got a call on the home phone.
"My wife hung up and it ran again. Then she hung up again and it rang again."
The man said he heard the Prime Minister's voice when he answered the phone.
"I was told I would be part of an event and it was a live audio stream but there was no mention until further into the call.
"I don't trust them.
"Scott Morrison is an ad man. "
The man said he was "disappointed with the contempt politicians from all sides have shown" voters.
"We have long memories," he said.
"Don't waste your money advertising, we can see right through it."