It never fails. The only time I haven't gotten a visit from the Jehovah's Witnesses was when my husband and I lived on a military post, where proselytizing is not allowed. I doubt the JWs would bother military folks anyway, since they're anti-military. Anyway, it seems like no matter where we are... from Armenia to Germany to the United States, we somehow manage to get a visit from the Witnesses.
I opened the door this morning and two well-dressed women stood before me. One had a Watchtower in her hand, the other kind of held back. The one with the Watchtower started talking about how I should be concerned about the government. I said, "I'm really not interested in this."
The lady stopped and said, "Okay. May I ask why?"
I said, "I'm just not interested."
With that, they turned and left.
My husband is former LDS. Sometimes I wonder if I should hand them a Book of Mormon the next time they start their spiel. I don't imagine my counter effort to proselytize would be welcomed.
I know part of their faith is to reach out and "witness" to others. I do wonder, though, why some faiths think it's appropriate to invade someone's property uninvited and unannounced and start trying to change a person's religious beliefs. It's the height of rudeness. I doubt the JWs would like it if people did that to them.