The Crack Smoking Mayor of Toronto Rob Ford to file Mayoral Re-Election Papers Today … Slogan: Put That in your Crack Pipe & Smoke It!!! (Update: It’s Official Ford Registers to Run, Crack is Back)
Rob Ford’s new reelection campaign slogan: “I’m running again … Put that in Your Crack Pipe and Smoke It!!!”
According to the CBC News, Rob Ford, the crack smoking, often inebriated, sometimes threatening Mayor of Toronto is filing his papers to register for reelection to his current office. Toronto voters do not go to the ballot box for another 10 months, which means 10 more months of bizarre antics from Ford. Although he would be hard pressed to be more bizarre than his antics in 2013 where he admitted to smoking crack, admitted to be often in drunken stupors, ran over female politicians, went on a “F” bomb laced rant as to how he would harm individuals and then the, well, um, the comments to the press that he gets enough pu**y at home. Let the games, or should we say circus begin. You know this is going to be one of the most followed campaigns in the US.
Political Reelection Campaign Slogan: Put That in your Crack Pipe & Smoke It!!!
Just how will his politcal ads end … I’m Rob Ford and I
approve smoked this ad?
Rob Ford’s chief of staff says the Toronto mayor, who is coming off a year of one controversy after another, will file papers today registering him as a candidate in October’s municipal election.
Jan. 2 is the first day candidates can file nomination papers with the city clerk’s office for the Oct. 27 vote.
If Ford files his papers Thursday as expected, he will be the first to officially register. So far, only Coun. Karen Stintz and former budget chief David Soknacki have said they will run.
Who knows how Rob Ford will do, he actually has better polling numbers than Barack Obama.
Rob Ford says his record speaks for itself. It certainly does, eh.
UPDATE I: It’s Official … Rob Ford Registers to Run for Mayor … claims he is best Toronto mayor ‘ever’ !!!
Rob Ford wants to frame the mayoral election as a referendum on his fiscal management. And he doesn’t want to talk about his conduct.
As he had promised, Ford was the first candidate to register for the 2014 race. Immediately after he filed his nomination papers at city hall Thursday morning, he revealed his early communications strategy: a relentless focus on money matters, a refusal to address questions about his behaviour while in office.
“I’ve got the strongest track record. I’ve been the best mayor that this city’s ever had. My record speaks for itself,” he told reporters at city hall.