July 4, 2014

Rob Ford Circus Is (Slowly) Coming to an End

Ivor Tossell, Globe and Mail

The Associated Press

Rob Ford went to rehab to combat substance abuse, and like everyone, I hope it takes. But substance abuse wasn’t the problem that Torontonians had with Rob Ford. The problem is that he has the moral bearings of a toddler.

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