December 4, 2013

Toronto Unleashes a Fordenstein Monster

Kelly McParland, National Post

The Associated Press

Rob Ford is having a great week. Maybe one of his best. Freed of any of the annoying inconveniences of being mayor, Mr. Ford has been doing the one thing he is really good at: enjoying himself, getting noticed and more-or-less campaigning full time for the job from which he just got the heave-ho.

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