Dear Iris Evans:
I’m not entirely sure you have the first clue about what it takes to "raise children properly". Perhaps you should consider thinking before opening your mouth and spewing forth with your oh-so-precious misogynistic musings, hmmmm?
Yours in endless contempt,
P.S. Have you met SUZANNE and Hunter? You girls have soooooooooo much in common when it comes to women who have the unmitigated gall to think we’re no longer living in the Fifties.
Ahhhh, the classic non-apology apology -- they're so adorably passive-aggressive, wouldn't you agree?
The comments were "certainly targetted at financial literacy and not at people who had to work out of the home and be away from the children. It wasn't and if they inadvertently, or if the way it's been reported, offends somebody, I do apologize," Iris Evans told CBC News Thursday evening after her remarks were reported by The Canadian Press.
"But it was never with the intent to slam parenting as people do when they have children in alternative care or daycare. It was an intent to point out the importance of the early years in teaching skills to children whether its behavioural issues or financial literacy."