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Toronto the Not in a Death Spiral

August 26th, 2010

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Rob Ford has a ten point lead in the polls for Mayor of Toronto. His basic platform of reigning in spending is resonating with voters who appear fed up with the sanctimonious politicians that are ruining a very broken city.

How sanctimonious?

In my opinion, if Mayor Ford is elected, city council will have a caucus meeting and they will choose their own mayor and (Ford) will be the Mayor in name.

Of course, one of their issues is that old Mike Harris, “he’s divisive,” lie.

He won’t be able to pass gas without the permission of council,” Moscoe [Councillor Howard Moscoe AKA That Fat Pantload] said.

When asked if he thinks Ford will be able to work with council, he added: “Depends how often he wants to pass gas.”

Not unrelated:

The number one news story for Toronto – Canada’s largest city – was that a traffic officer illegally parked in a disabled parking bay…

Never mind “despite two shootings that took place in Toronto and the terror arrest in Ottawa,” what about Kyle Rae declaring council would choose not to respect the express wishes of the voters.

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  1. August 26th, 2010 at 17:25 | #1

    Oh, I’m pretty certain that Rob Ford, if elected mayor, will pass gas whenever and wherever he chooses… after all, he’s not known for his politesse.

  2. William in Ajax
    August 26th, 2010 at 18:12 | #2

    In the past such a statement would be cause for a good tarring and feathering, then run out of town!

    A couple of Toronto councilors are mini-wanna-be-Castos, if they keep up with their arrogant behaviour, someones going to get hung.

  3. real conservative
    August 26th, 2010 at 18:48 | #3

    The left are the divisive ones, they want to rule by fiat with none of our input to the process. Now that is divisive! What we need to do now in only two months left is figure out how many councilors we can vote out that were Miller’s buddies.

  4. Lori
    August 26th, 2010 at 21:52 | #4

    What needs to be done is to elect right-wing counsellors. When a candidate comes to my door, and a few have, the first question I ask them is which mayoral candidate they favour. If they say anything other than Ford, I tune out the rest of what they say.

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