Tuesday, March 13, 2007

Stockwell Day Courts The Sporting Crowd

Following the smashing success of his address to the Kawartha Wild Turkeys chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation, entitled "The Wild Turkey: Not Just A Giant Chicken That Escaped!", federal Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness Stockwell Day will be serenading the Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters' (O.F.A.H.) Annual General Meeting and Wildlife Conference. He will be speaking at the Delta Meadowvale Resort and Conference Centre in Mississauga at 7:00 p.m., Saturday March 17, 2007.

His topic for the evening: "Angling Safety: Don't Get No Hooks Caught on Your Skull! (a memoir)".

Menu includes hand-strangled baby rabbit.


Anonymous said...

Warren Kinsella as a man of honour.

Anonymous said...

What's Kinsella got to do with this blog????

Kinsella is bitter and is hurting his party. He should start acting like a man and move on.

I don't give a poop about past deeds anymore - it's over. Martin is no longer leader, and there's a new bunch.

Anonymous said...

Yup - Doris Day is speaking to the "killer" crowd - killing for sport. Ya, for sport - killing.

Anonymous said...

I gotta go for turkey this year. It is great sport! I love killing for sport! Yay, blood sports! I mean, I love 'murdering' animals for fun, and food.

Anonymous said...

Let's see, hunting must now be considered the politically correct alternative to farmed meat. Steroid and antibiotic free, free-ranging animals are allowed to express themselves socially, and basically live their lives without human interference. Finally, their death is almost instantaneous and more humane than any method found in nature or a slaughterhouse. Further, hunters have been truly at the vanguard of sustainable natural resouce use, and have been the best monitors of environmental health. Much like how aboriginals viewed animals.

Sounds good to me - where do I buy a turkey license?