Wednesday, November 28, 2007

Bad timing for glad tidings

McGuinty Fiberals holding fundraising "celebration" on anniversary of Montreal Massacre

Well, I guess this is par for the course for a Premier whose advisers make misogynistic comments about female MPPs. Below is the graphic and text from an e-mail I received from the Ontario Liberal Party.

Also, their graphics people can't seem to spell "holiday."



Join us for the
Ontario Liberal Party
Holiday Celebration!

Celebrate the holiday season with fellow Liberals, including caucus members, Party President Gord Phaneuf and the Premier, at the 2007 Ontario Liberal Party Holiday Celebration.

This year's celebration takes place Thursday, Dec. 6 at the Intercontinental Hotel 225 Front Street West, in Toronto.

Tickets are $75 each or $750 for a table of ten.

To find out more, please call 416-961-3800 or 1-800-268-7250 or holidayparty2007@ontarioliberal.ca

You can click here for a form and fax it to 416-323-9425. Tickets are limited, so hurry.

Have a happy holiday season and a tremendous 2008!

7 comments:

Joanne (True Blue) said...

Happy 'Holdiay' Season - Brought to you by our wonderful Ontario Public Education system.

strider said...

Happy Holdiays!!!! Mary Crhimstas! And a Hppay Nwe Yaer!

Cranky or Just A Crank said...

On the point of the choice of date, if you looked hard enough you could find an atrocity that should sterlize that day from anything short of a dirge.

It happened 18 years ago, in Montreal.

Remember, but move on.

Anonymous said...

How's that PMO retainer working out, you shrieking harridan?

Joan Tintor said...

“The most widespread problems are physical violence . . . There is also emotional abuse -- sexual harassment at work or on the street, stalking, jokes that demean women, and controlling behavior.”
--the White Ribbon Campaign website, http://www.whiteribbon.ca/about_us/#6

P.S. It’s the House Leader, not the PMO.

Anonymous said...

I hope they wish everyone a Happy Pearl Harbor Day on December 7th.

Jandy said...

Remember, these are the same folks who set a fixed election date, and then had to move it because it fell on a Jewish holiday. Guess we know what Dalton needs for Christmas.