The title of this post are words I never thought I would say, but fair is fair.
After last weeks "spelling bee" for the word r-e-p-r-e-s-e-n-t-a-t-i-v-e, it seems as though the Democrats don't have a lock on poor spelling. After reading the unique spelling used by the "Winch for Reprasentative" campaign, it seems like Hartford Republican's have devised another new spelling of their own, along with many others by the looks of the Hartford RTC website.
And unfortunately, as if we had to give politicians statewide any more reasons to mock Hartford, the RTC website bills itself as "the official website for the 2010 Republican State Convention". The mis-spelling for Republican Town Chairperson Michael McGarry in the listing for State Central "Represenatives" is only the beginning. The information below is "cut and pasted" direct from their website.
Hopefully now that it has been pointed out the website will be corrected before the weekend to avoid further embarrassment as the "official website".
1ST SEN DISTRICT
Michael T. McGarry
Maybe if we knew what was in the cup it might explain some of the spelling.
And then another listing in the "know how to spell your elected office" column, is the incorrect spelling for "C-o-u-n-c-i-l" person Veronica Airey-Wilson, but at least "representative" was spelled correctly. Again the text below was "cut and pasted" from their website.
Court of Common Councel Republican Representative
Welcome the City of Hartford Republican Party. This site is going to give you all the information that you will need to be able to make an educated vote when you elect Republican officials running for office's in the City of Hartford and across the State of Connecticut. Also this site will tell you about your current Republican officials working in the City of Hartford and Republican Town Committee members and how to reach out to them if you have a concern in the city. THIS IS ALSO THE OFFICIAL WEBSITE FOR THE 2010 REPUBLICAN CONVENTION AND SOURCE FOR THE 2010 STATE ELECTIONS INCLUDING THE HOTLY CONTESTED SENATE RACE AND THE GOVERNOR'S RACE. MORE INFORMATION ON THE SENATE RACE ON CURRENT CANDIDATES.
Regular Delegates- Hartford City Counsel woman Veronica Airey-Wilson, HRTC Treasurer Walter Butler, National Car Rental and Alamo Rent a Car Rental Sales Agent and HRTC Head of Tech and Media Antonio Reyes, Jr., Travelers employee and HRTC Secretary Anna Bramante, Former Board of Education Candidate and HRTC member Michael Fryar, and HRTC Member Dan Lilly. The 2010 State of Connecticut Republican Convention will be held on May 21-22, 2010 at the Hartford Convention Center. More infomation will be found on the Events page on this website.
Need a Car to the Conventions?
Attention all Candidates, Cadidate staff, Delegates, and CT official for both the Connecticut Republican and Democratic Conventions. The is a special going on right now if you need Rental Cars for the Convention and beyond. Please call National Car Rental, Alamo Rent a Car, or Enterprise Rent a Car for the special rates that are available for renting a car for the Conventions. Why drive your own vehicle and waist miles on your personal car.
Rent a car for the conventions today.
National Car Rental and Alamo Rent a Car- 860-627-3470
Enterprise Rent a Car BDL- 860-292-7061 x 5
or call your local Enterprise in your area of the state for reservations.
The above information was all from the RTC website. The listing of the delegates is copied as is and nothing was added for "comedy" reasons. Yes, it does actually list the delegate and his rental car employer and then goes on to urge you to rent a car from him. Someone could probably make a small fortune if they opened some type of "boot-camp" training on ethics and conflicts of interest for Hartford's aspiring "politicians".
But then again, leadership starts at the top and it's understandable by the example set by their "Court of Common Councel Republican Representative". I chose to leave the picture of her from the RTC website rather than insert her mugshot from her felony arrest as part of the Perez corruption investigation.
And one final observation from the page listing the candidates links to their web pages and bios, the correct use of the word would be "their" as in the possessive for them. "There" as used in the RTC website indicates a location, as in over "there". And the correct spelling is "political".
Below this will be there polictical ads or video
The above text was copied from the RTC website. Just a suggestion to the RTC, maybe you can find someone that works for a newspaper that can help you edit and correct the spelling. If not, give me a call, as with rJo, my observations know no party lines.