I dreamed about David O’Halloran throwing another birthday party for Terry Bernardo – this time with a twist. Last year the entrance fee was $46, matching Terry’s age. In my dream, at this year’s party, David O’Halloran – being IDA and whatnot – was asking the birthday girl to pay back $47 to everyone who attended. You know, overdue restitution of the six-figure tax break Skate Time 209 got at taxpayers’ expense. I can dream, can’t I?
But I could never in my wildest dreams have imagined what the resourceful Bernardos came up with for this year’s fundraising bash:
POST TRIP PARTY / PARTY HONORING TERRY BERNARDO BIRTHDAY!!!
When/ Where: Thur, Feb 28th, The Accord Firehouse, (Main St. Accord), Starts Upon Return From Albany 2A Rally (3:30-4:00)
What: Post Albany Rally Party & Honoring Terry Bernardo Birthday Party… Food, Drink, & Merriment (Yes there will be beer too.)
How Much: No Charge, But There Will Be A Donation Bucket… (All Proceeds Go To Terry’s Campaign Fund*) Contribute What You Think Its Worth, Or What You Can… Just Come!!!
If You Are Attending The Bus Rally, Just Make Your Bus Reservation To Get On The Bus At The Accord FireHouse In The Morning So When You Get Off The Bus You Are Already At The Party!
If You Are Not Attending The Bus Trip For Some Reason, Plan To Join Us At The Post Trip Rally Anyway… It Is Open To All Our Friends…
*Terry Has Been Doing A Tremendous Job Fighting For Our 2nd Amendment Rights & We Cannot Afford To Lose Her Support If She Is Displaced.
So Please Make It A Point To Help Support Her In Prepping For The Upcoming 2013 Elections.
This comment on Freeman is short and sweet:
So let me get this straight. Bernardo is spearheading a resolution then holding a fundraiser with a guest list of the people who want the resolution passed? Is that ethical or even legal?
Hoping that the people of Rochester can tell a scam when they see one, I leave you with these words from the Liberty Coalition blog:
…it seems the Accord Fire Department, where Len Bernardo is one of the Commissioners, is hosting a post-gun lobby event that is combined with a birthday party and fundraiser for Terry Bernardo. Last I knew, firehouses are bought and paid for by the taxpayers and as such should NOT be utilized for political purposes. I know most local firehouses absolutely forbid it so what’s going on out in Accord?
PS – Does anybody know how many beers buy a vote for Terry Bernardo around the Accord Firehouse?
– Jon Dogar-Marinesco