Tuesday, April 01, 2014

The Anti-Ford campaign

Walking downtown in Toronto yesterday I walked by the corner of Bay and Queen Streets and saw some election signs at the entrance to Nathan Phillips Square. I haven't seen any other signs yet so I was going to stop by on my way back to take some photos, but when I returned, alas, they were gone.
"When I urinate in public, I never get caught on camera"

Then I started seeing posts on the internet with the series of three different signs so I knew there had to be more out there and I finally found one. Just west of the University and Queen Street intersection there was one lone sign; don't forget to vote for Jim Tomkins!

The funny signs make me laugh. They end in the tag line "Anyone's better than Rob Ford" and a website to check out their point of view www.noFORDnation.com. Opponents to Rob Ford may not bring up his recent troubles, but the signs have no problem in focusing attention on his shortcomings.

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