August 28, 2014

Why Rob Ford Will Win Again in Toronto

Dan Rath, Toronto Star

The Associated Press

I would dearly love to be wrong. But when I share my disturbing outlook with friends and colleagues, most of them ardent social progressives and realistic fiscal conservatives, they think it through, hang their heads and mutter through clenched teeth that I’m probably right.

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