How dare those nasty Federal Tories communicate with the Guelph Chamber of Commerce members? All they did was email a reminder of the 2015 federal election and offer information for those requiring it.
The lefties roared back with a broadside from one of its heavy hitters, Alan Pickerskill, who called it an illegal spam attack. Mr. Pickerskill is not a member of the Chamber.
And poor Lloyd Longfield, president of the Chamber, who was angered that the member’s mailing list was used to remind them there was an election coming in 2015. He was mystified that the member’s list was accessed when certain precautions allegedly precluded such access. Oh! Oh! Get me the Webmaster.
This whole episode reminds us of Jerry Seinfeld’s description of his hit sitcom: “It’s a show about nothing.”
Is the Farbridge coalition of the left so tender about their politics that the mere mention of “Conservative” sends them into convulsions of self-pity and paranoid hand wringing?
Nothing personal Lloyd, but isn’t it the Chamber’s purpose to communicate, two ways?
To clear the air, that email content was not spam because it was information, not selling something as spelled out in the new legislation. But in future, members of the Chamber won’t be exposed to such dangerous messages on their Chambered internet island.
Lloyd will see to that.
And that’s a good thing, as they say in the Mercury newsroom.
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Who was it that said: Comfort the afflicted and afflict the comfortable?