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    Posted: Nov 06 2013 at 10:43pm
I live 3hrs from T.O, but I'm always hearing about him on the news. I kinda feel bad for him. At the same time, he's always involved in some sort of controversy. I remember two people saying they saw him driving while using a cellphone, one female politician saying he grabbed her ass, the photograph of him sleeping on the job, and this whole drug issue that keeps popping up. I believe people should be given second chances, but Iunno ...he has been given many chances. Had he been a black man, he would've been out of office by now. I wonder why the Police came out that they now have the video, but haven't made it public yet. Didn't he deny not smoking crack before? But this week he finally admitted to smoking it last year. He said he only did it once, but is it possible for someone to smoke crack just once and never do it again? Confused
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Nov 06 2013 at 10:22pm
Originally posted by bunzaveli bunzaveli wrote:

Originally posted by JoliePoufiasse JoliePoufiasse wrote:

LOLLOLLOL For a minute there, I thought that was real ... (just to make sure, it is a staged video, right?)

"I love crack cocaine and I will continue to use crack cocaine". LoL. I damn near choked.


looks like they spliced the video, but im seeing gifs of him on the internet, either he has bad luck, or he clumsy as hell.








Lmao! LOL
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Nov 06 2013 at 10:20pm
^But he's a crackhead alcoholic girl!LOL

A functioning alcoholic crackhead who is not interested in getting help for his substance abuse issues.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Nov 06 2013 at 10:08pm
He does his job well! Look at the numbers. He has also been able to keep our taxes under control. Don't get me wrong he us no saint!!! I'm just looking At the work he has done.

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Nov 06 2013 at 6:27pm
Originally posted by Maple Syrup Maple Syrup wrote:

Originally posted by Claudie Claudie wrote:

IMO, he should resign. Toronto is my 3rd home. I do not know if somethings I heard is true. Because some people get a high, on lying and kicking people when they are down. Therefore, it is in his best interest to resign, before things can possibly get worse for him.


Things are going to get worse, the investigation is not over yet and he may get charged with something

Plus there's a second tape starring Ford and the rumor is it's sex tape Dead


Yes! Did you hear about the prostitutes? Happenings on Fallstaff, Jane Street and Wilson! If all this is true, he is going to do time in prison. Oh involvement with drug trafficking I heard that.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Nov 06 2013 at 6:15pm
Originally posted by Claudie Claudie wrote:

IMO, he should resign. Toronto is my 3rd home. I do not know if somethings I heard is true. Because some people get a high, on lying and kicking people when they are down. Therefore, it is in his best interest to resign, before things can possibly get worse for him.


Things are going to get worse, the investigation is not over yet and he may get charged with something

Plus there's a second tape starring Ford and the rumor is it's sex tape Dead
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Nov 06 2013 at 5:59pm
Originally posted by JoliePoufiasse JoliePoufiasse wrote:

^^What makes you say that, Maple? I thought it was in line with some of what you were explaining the other day...



The tone that everyone that lives downtown is liberal, progressive, tolerant, accepting of diversity and immigrants while people in the inner suburbs are dumb homophobic, racist rednecks. Are there people like that living in the inner suburbs? Yes, but they're a of them living downtown also.

And every time that these inner suburbs vs downtown pieces pop-up they also fail to mention that a good chuck of downtown residents also voted for Ford and they also failed to mention that these "conservative rednecks" not only strongly supported David Miller, who was the poplar opposite to Ford, but also consistently vote for the Liberal party for both the Provincial and federal level for decades in some area.

I'm just tired of the whole suburb v.s downtown division, it doesn't do the city any favours. We're one city now ( and been that way for 15 years), they need to get over it


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IMO, he should resign. Toronto is my 3rd home. I do not know if somethings I heard is true. Because some people get a high, on lying and kicking people when they are down. Therefore, it is in his best interest to resign, before things can possibly get worse for him.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Nov 06 2013 at 5:26pm

^^What makes you say that, Maple? I thought it was in line with some of what you were explaining the other day...

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Nov 06 2013 at 4:55pm
Originally posted by JoliePoufiasse JoliePoufiasse wrote:


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Rob Ford Is The Ugly Truth About The Suburbs

 

Rob Ford isn't a mistake.

We like to think Canada is a tolerant nation, but the mayor's pride and prejudice is an accurate reflection of much of the city he leads.

Ford, the crack user, has been touched by the worst angels of our nature, but he's not alone.

When I was 11 years old, I moved from Ottawa to the Toronto suburb of Scarborough and from an alternative school to one where kids didn't much like the sound of anything different. I wouldn't escape (and escape is the right word) until I was 24.

My neighbourhood was largely white, but became more and more diverse as the years went by. Through it all, from 'old' and 'new' Canadians alike, I saw the sort of intolerance, bigotry and disdain for intelligence that Ford's critics have attacked him for throughout his career.

The mayor is not an aberration from the average citizen of suburban Toronto. He is not the only person I know who has called Asian people "orientals" or an Italian a "gino" or who thinks AIDS is a gay disease.

He's not the only person I know who doesn't want the homeless anywhere near him or who thinks transgender people don't exist or that dead cyclists have only themselves to blame.

He's not the only person I know who has tried to score OxyContin for a friend or who has been busted with a joint in his back pocket or who has an older brother who dealt drugs.

He's not the only person I know who doesn't want any more immigrants or who lied about his education or who thinks a casino would make the city a better place.

He's not the only one I know who shows disdain for Pride or for getting consent before (allegedly) copping a feel.

He's not the only person I know who has smoked crack while in a drunken stupor. He's not even the only person I know who may have smoked crack by accident in a drunken stupor.

None of the people I met over my many years in Scarborough are the mayor of the fourth largest city in North America, but they do explain why Ford won in 2010 and why he thinks he can do it again.

In 2010, downtown Toronto was shocked that Ford defeated George Smitherman. When I visited the suburbs during and after that campaign, all I heard about was Smitherman's sexuality. Often, I heard him called a "fag," the same word Ford allegedly uses to describe Justin Trudeau in the infamous video.

I wasn't surprised when Ford won. I had long since concluded that an openly gay man could never win much support in the sprawling subdivisions of the megacity. Sadly, I was right.

When the PQ recently came out in favour of a ban on religious symbols at work for public employees, many of my downtown Toronto friends reacted with disbelief.

I shook my head and thought of all the people back home in Scarborough I've heard say things like "She should dress like a normal person. She's in Canada now." A recent poll found 40 per cent of Canadians believe there are too many immigrants.

And the intolerance doesn't just come from the obese white males who like to enjoy "a few pops" in the basement after a long day on the job.

Suburban immigrants, many of whom are deeply religious, are among Toronto's most socially conservative inhabitants. The federal Conservatives have crafted policies to appeal to these beliefs and have reaped the electoral rewards.

We like to imagine we're nothing like our neighbours to the south, but Toronto has its red states and its blue states; it has its Michele Bachmann, Rick Santorum and Herman Cain wrapped up in one neat 330-pound package.

After Ford admitted to using crack, Industry Minister James Moore tweeted that "Schadenfreude can be so incredibly ugly."

Moore is right, but there is something much uglier: the reflection of Canada we should all see when we look at the Ford fiasco



What a crock of Sh*t.
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