Cranky Complaints-Lady Buys BOOKS! (or tries to)

Dear Mr. {Jewish prospective City Councillor}


Dear Mr. {Jewish prospective City Councillor}:

I just got a phone call from your campaign letting us know about your sukkah party and how much you have done for the Jewish community during your time as School Board Trustee. 

It's too bad we don't live in your ward (we're south of Eglinton:  Ward 21 St Paul's, where we're voting again for Joe Mihevc)... if only because now I won't be able to inform you that your random solicitation phone call has LOST you our vote.  I never vote for any candidate who disturbs us with automated phone calls, and I hope there are others in your own ward who have a similar policy.

Regardless of the religious connections we may share, it is in extremely poor taste to use the lists of shuls and other organizations within the Jewish community for the benefit of your own personal political campaign.  I welcome certain automated calls when they are of community-wide interest, but in this case, simply find it rude in the extreme.

Please remove us from your list, and I urge you to reconsider your policy of using these community lists for your own benefit.