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- Calgary Herald


The Rahm and Rob Show

Toronto’s “mayor” is in Chicago today to drum up “business.” Many media are with him to document any pratfalls; Mike Harris and Ernie Eves are there to observe the proceedings, too, in the way that parents cast a watchful eye over troublesome children.

The whole thing reminded me of something, and then I remembered. That’s Rahm on the left, and Rob on the right (natch).

Neil McNeil alumnus John Candy would’ve been a better mayor, though.



5 Responses to “The Rahm and Rob Show”

  1. Kelly says:

    Rob Ford is the bastard hell spawn if mike Harris and Ayn Rand. The whole point of amalgamation was to eventually enable someone like Rob Ford to get control of toronto. Rob Ford is nothing but a bitter North Bay golf pro sticking it to the downtown sophisticates who dissed him. End of story.

  2. Bluegreenblogger says:

    John Candy for Mayor! How about Mike Meyers? But then again, if we are looking for mediocre comedians to lead us, why not stick with the incumbent and his brother? They are already outshining Jerry Lewis in the slapstick genre. I predict a glowing future for Toronto of pratfalls, and oversized banana peels.

    • Warren says:

      They also are giddily destroying the conservative brand as far as the eye can see, so I’m not entirely losing sleep over their continued reign of error.

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