I give it 24 hours before the recording of Rob Ford's 911 rant
goes public. Its already making the rounds at Police Services. And I think media types ought to make sure it gets out. If publishing the distress call of a dying cop
is ethical, surely this is.
It's on the CBC web site now:
Toronto’s 911 dispatchers are accusing the city’s mayor, Rob Ford, of calling them "bitches" and hurling a string of profanity at them during an emergency call early Monday.
from CC - P.P.S. I want to see #robfuckingford trending in Canada by this evening. Don't let me down.
Are politicians exempt from being charged for making unwarranted 911 calls or is being scrummed now a threat to a politician's safety.
Have you watched the tape, David? Its in his driveway, and the kid is nowhere to be seen.
Yep, caught a glimpse... I don't care much if the kid was there or not, and I am not condoning his response. Just pretty simple, you want to ambush someone for fun, do it at their f#!@ing place of work. There is no excuse for stalking him at home, whatsoever... Not even the fact they may have done the same thing with others... Maybe it has to do with my wife having (past tense now) a stalker, but I have this absolutely unwavering belief that access to public person's and his/her public life completely and unequivocally terminates as soon as you get within sight of his/her home. No apologies from me, This Hour should be apologizing to Mssr. Ford.
Anyone really surprised that Ford's version of events don't coincide with reality? From the way he handles the budget, reality and Rob Ford don't mix.
Anyway, Rob Ford has a habit of verbally abusing people and lying about it. No one has to do much to provoke him. The guy's the definition of loose cannon.
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