Friday, July 12, 2013

Toronto's Mayor

What this mayor has shown is that the lefties are astonishing sore losers. I always vote and certainly like whom I vote for to win, but whatever happens, I move on. New leaders are seldom transformational. New leaders can move society a bit this way or a bit that way. They can make changes around the edges. If leaders say in power long enough, they can make changes that accumulate over time. However, Toronto is still Toronto.

I think in the next election for Toronto I will vote for Rob Ford, just to see the lefties once more tear out their hair and rant and rave and carry on.

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5 comments:

  1. You are much less intelligent than I initially gave you credit for. The more you write the less sense you make.

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      You have no sense of humor.

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  2. Hi Susan!
    Politics, especially local, is a subject that is best avoided on a financial site. I, for one, voted for Rob Ford in prior elections and will continue to do so in the future. He certainly has his priorities straight.
    Cheers,
    MG

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    1. You are probably right, but I sort of look at this blog as a comment blog.

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  3. As a citizen of Laval I would have gladly had Rob Ford as mayor instead of Gilles Vaillancourt.

    Farly

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