Mayor Rob Ford admitted he smoked crack in a drunken stupor. So what! He still wins! It's just more breadlines and circuses. Thank goodness there's a Great White Hope!
Rob Ford lied. Politicians are liars. If we want Rob Ford to stop being a politician, who will replace him? Another liar?
All politicians lie. It's not simply a truism, it's our day-to-day reality. So why should we be surprised or invested at all when Rob Ford, of all people, is caught in a lie?
Meet at Nathan Phillips Square on Wednesday, November 13, 2013 at 12:00pm with posters, chalk, bells, and your voice.
We should remember why he was elected, how he was challenged, and the real scandal of the Ford agenda if we want an alternative.
With the crumbling of Harper's conservatives and Rob Ford's antics continuing, does this defenestration actually have any benefit for Canada's Left?
Despite his failure to deliver on hot-button social issues, The Base has respected and admired Stephen Harper because he's been canny enough to deliver three governments. But is his time up?
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford says he's sorrry for any mistakes. He's just not saying what they are. To find out, the people of Toronto need to pick up a more reliable source -- the Toronto Star.
David J. Climenhaga
While the Tory hordes are cheering themselves hoarse in Calgary tomorrow night, the party's insiders will be honing their blades.
With news that the police have the infamous "crack video" in their custody, the media descended on Toronto Mayor Ford's office today. The Mayor made a brief statement, and fled.