Americans for Tax Reform is just one part of the cyborg army unleashed by corporate America (thanks again, Supreme Court!) to take over government at every level. I don't think they mean the humans well.
Two observations about the robo call: (1) Americans for Tax Reform don't even know the actual name of the candidate they're promoting for election, because "David" and/or Dan Soucek doesn't actually matter to them. The pro-corporate chip was implanted in his brain, and he'll do what he's told, no matter what you call him. (2) Americans for Tax Reform would appear, just from the name they've chosen for themselves, to be concerned about waste. Yet they spend their money calling someone who voted on October 14. A better use of money might have bought them better targeting for their robo call. Everyone else I've heard from this a.m. who got this robo call has also already voted. Maybe this group should change its name to "Americans Who Waste Money Because They've Got So Damn Much of It."
The Cyborg Menace
Headline just this a.m. in the Raleigh News & Observer: "Secret donor money floods 4 N.C. races." The gist? "An unprecedented wave of money from conservative groups with anonymous donors has swept into four North Carolina congressional races and helped lift Republican challengers into competitive positions against incumbents..."