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TORONTO’S CRACK-SMOKING MAYOR MORE POPULAR THAN OBAMA!

Posted by on Saturday, November 23rd, 2013 @ 10:01 am.

Toronto City Council Meets To Limit Powers Of Embattled Mayor Rob Ford**

 

huffingtonpost.com

November 22, 2013

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TORONTO -- He's admitted to smoking crack cocaine and buying illegal drugs; he's been videotaped threatening to kill someone, and he's been stripped of most of his authority. But despite all that, Toronto's embattled mayor Rob Ford is still more popular among his constituents than American leaders are among theirs.

obama-bashfulAccording to a new Forum Research survey of 1,049 Toronto voters, Ford, who admitted to using crack in a "drunken stupor" on Nov. 5, has an approval rating of 42 percent. The Telegraph notes that though this is "a two point drop from two weeks ago, it is up from the 39 [percent] approval rating he had before he admitted smoking crack cocaine."

In contrast, President Barack Obama's approval rating has fallen to an all-time low this week. According to a CBS poll released Wednesday, only 37 percent of Americans approve of the job the president's doing in the White House -- a nine-point drop since October.

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1 Comment for “TORONTO’S CRACK-SMOKING MAYOR MORE POPULAR THAN OBAMA!”

  1. slamdunc

    It isn’t hard to rationalize how someone impaired by a substance would make bad decisions. I still cannot figure out what compelled President Obama to make some of the decisions he has made.

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