17 May 2013

If it"s true, he should go...

...but puh-leeese... let's not pretend, when this latest story broke, the Star newsroom didn't resemble the giddily celebratory Gaza Strip on the morning of September 11, 2001...
"This newspaper cannot verify the video’s authenticity, it’s true. But to shirk from reporting even what was already in the public domain — to shrink from reporting on the reporting — was spectacularly lame."
Of course, these are the same folks who, en bloc, are constantly decrying the lack of Conservative support for taxpayer-funded shooting galleries... who still revere a certain federal political figure who was found, naked as the day he was born, in a seedy Chinatown "massage" parlour during a sweep for underage, Asian hookers. That's a little more than lame. What about poor traumatised jewel thief Svend? The list goes on & on.

If this story is true, shouldn't the hypocritical media commissars at the Toronto Star regard poor Mr Ford as a man with an illness who deserves all our heartfelt support?

Or does that only apply to homeless junkies?


RELATED: Oh, those poor little crack pushers

They want to pay $200,000 dollars for this video. Nope, that's not not sleazy at all...
"We are raising the money to purchase the video and publish it so the citizens of Toronto can watch a startlingly clear video of their mayor smoking crack. The people who are selling it want money. But they also want security. During Cook's trip to Toronto earlier this week to view the tape, they told him that they will not feel safe in the city after the video comes out."

"Ford is a powerful man, with powerful friends, and these are young kids who fear a possible frame-up from Toronto cops or worse. The money they are asking for will, they say, cover their departure from Toronto to get set up in another city where they will feel safer. Right now, they are in hiding."
So, Rob Ford is not only a degenerate drug addict... he is also capable of dispatching assassins who also apparently moonlight as Toronto cops.


"Didn't their star candidate Smitherman admit to being a druggie and a sex maniac?"
As far as I can understand from reading the Star... drug-fuelled gay sex isn't a marginal behaviour... it's a must-see tourist attraction.