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(Toronto Star)   Rob Ford takes personal credit for Toronto's economic recovery, says he has spent thousands of dollars of his own money supporting local liquor, street drug and prostitution industries   (thestar.com) divider line 7
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2014-01-15 09:08:05 AM
*cough cough*
 
2014-01-15 09:14:30 AM
Ford says he's for the taxpayer to rally support from the working poor. (read renters)
Ford says he's the must truthful politician ever as he refuses to actually answer any question.
Ford says he's the best Mayor Toronto's ever had, that shows up late if at all most days.
Ford says he's fiscally responsible, as he shreds the fully funded transit plan that would cover all of Scarborough in favour of a three stop subway that will cost a billion taxpayer dollars more.
Ford says Toronto is booming while unemployment goes up

And anyone that calls him on any of this BS is part of the Media Party, a media elite, liberal elite or a downtown elite.
Toronto, snap the f*ck out of it!
 
2014-01-15 09:19:53 AM
We sing of brave Sir Rob Ford
Saving us from the liberal horde
Drunk atop his escalade steed
Saving whores by capturing all the crack and weed
 
2014-01-15 09:32:15 AM
I hope he's willing to take credit for the coming problems that stem from insufficient physical and social infrastructure that follows any "conservative" stewardship of a populous area.  Particularly since he's been using reserve funds for certain agencies to pay operational costs because it looks like saving money to rubes.
 
2014-01-15 09:59:42 AM
From The Sun, today:

"Shortly after Ford went public with his request, the premier's office confirmed she will continue to meet with Deputy Mayor Norm Kelly rather than the mayor.
Ford said he's yet to hear back from Wynne's office about his request and was shocked they have yet to get back with him to say yes she will meet with him or not."

Can someone just ask him to spell "Wynne" once?  I'm pretty sure he couldn't even do that by himself.
 
2014-01-15 11:39:04 AM

sno man: And anyone that calls him on any of this BS is part of the Media Party, a media elite, liberal elite or a downtown elite.
Toronto, snap the f*ck out of it!


Ford, as much as he is a complete and utter embarrassment, is very good at controlling the message.  The number of morons who think that he cut the waste at City Hall (his own auditors found that there was no waste), that he saved a billion dollars (demonstrably and factually untrue), or that his personal life doesn't matter as long as he does his job (the number of days Ford showed up to work at the crack of noon during his mayoral tenure is counted, quite literally, in the hundreds) is directly a product of Ford being very effective at being the loudest person in the room, repeating the same catch phrases over and over again, and due to nobody having the balls to call him out on his shiat in public.  Cllr Carroll does a good job of it on Twitter, but that's not enough.

Any time a new revelation appears that shows just how unfit for office he is, Ford Nation just hunkers down and supports him more.  The fact that he stands a legitimate chance at re-election this year just shows how apocalyptically stupid so many voters are.
 
2014-01-15 03:55:32 PM
GavinTheAlmighty:  and due to nobody having the balls to call him out on his shiat in public.

This is what to watch out for in the spring/summer mayoral campaign, who is it that's going to be most effective in stomping on top of RoFo. Tory? Chow? Soknacki's already fired a transit salvo calling the subway expansion a bad decision. I'm expecting a very muddy campaign.
 
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