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post #76 of 255
Let's get John Stossel on the case.
post #77 of 255
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Originally Posted by harvey_birdman View Post

Bush almost certainly did coke. And Clinton confessed to weed, which is still illegal.

Bush confessed to coke as well.
post #78 of 255
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Originally Posted by munchausen View Post

Bush confessed to coke as well.

I believe Bush evaded the question for years. He said things like this in 1994, when asked about drug use in his campaign for governor of Texas, Bush replied, "What I did as a kid? I don't think it's relevant."

People I knew in River Oaks and Tanglewood ( who knew GWB in the 1960s and 1970s ) thought differently. I have never met him. If I had to guess, I would say that GWB and BO ( obviously ) did coke and GWB did more because he is older, and had much more money in his prime drug age years. AAMOF who would be one bit surprised if Billy C did a little coke in his college and law school years, as well as after.

And pot was not legal when Billy Boy smoked some but did not inhale!

So I guess that since 1992 America is fine with coke using Presidents. We definitely don't want people that have never drank, smoked, used drugs of any kind and led exemplary lives like that last guy that lost, what was his name?

BTW, I have done weed, coke, heroin, many pills and drank like a fish in college. I gave it all up in 1984, so I missed out on hydroponic weed,ecstasy, crack, and whatever has come down the pipe in the last 30 years. So, I am very eligible to run for President and America would accept me.
post #79 of 255
Drug use is pretty much going to be a non-issue going forward. What will be interesting is embarrassing pics of people qua Weiner as the dumbass millenials start to run for office.
post #80 of 255
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Originally Posted by rnoldh View Post

I believe Bush evaded the question for years. He said things like this in 1994, when asked about drug use in his campaign for governor of Texas, Bush replied, "What I did as a kid? I don't think it's relevant."

People I knew in River Oaks and Tanglewood ( who knew GWB in the 1960s and 1970s ) thought differently. I have never met him. If I had to guess, I would say that GWB and BO ( obviously ) did coke and GWB did more because he is older, and had much more money in his prime drug age years. AAMOF who would be one bit surprised if Billy C did a little coke in his college and law school years, as well as after.

And pot was not legal when Billy Boy smoked some but did not inhale!

So I guess that since 1992 America is fine with coke using Presidents. We definitely don't want people that have never drank, smoked, used drugs of any kind and led exemplary lives like that last guy that lost, what was his name?

BTW, I have done weed, coke, heroin, many pills and drank like a fish in college. I gave it all up in 1984, so I missed out on hydroponic weed,ecstasy, crack, and whatever has come down the pipe in the last 30 years. So, I am very eligible to run for President and America would accept me.

He didn't confess in public, but there was a recorded interview from before his presidency that surfaced around '06 I believe where he admits to using coke.
post #81 of 255
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Originally Posted by harvey_birdman View Post

Drug use is pretty much going to be a non-issue going forward. What will be interesting is embarrassing pics of people qua Weiner as the dumbass millenials start to run for office.

I wouldn't trust anyone running for president who had never smoked weed or used cocaine. What kind of tight ass goes through his life and never tries any of that stuff? He's bound to kill us all in a war.
post #82 of 255
That guy is still in office. What is at fault here, democracy or canadians?
post #83 of 255
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Originally Posted by legorogel View Post

That guy is still in office. What is at fault here, democracy or canadians?

For all his wackiness it doesn't appear he's done anything wrong other than sent out requests for a charity on government stationery. It even appears to have been a legit charity.
post #84 of 255
Have we ever seen this video?
post #85 of 255
Not only has no one besides a few select reports from TMZ and the Toronto Star (rag that hates, hates, HATES Ford) seen it the guy that allegedly had it was arrested in a massive drug sting then stabbed multiple times in jail.
post #86 of 255
I don't know shit about the Star, but Gawker has about as much credibility in my mind as the Weekly World News.
post #87 of 255
New developments in the CC case ( Canadian Crack smile.gif )

Rob Ford video scandal: Police have the video that appears to show mayor smoking crack, Blair says

http://www.thestar.com/news/gta/2013/10/31/rob_ford_crack_cocaine_scandal_police_photographed_mayor_in_multiple_meetings_with_alleged_drug_dealer.html

This above appears to be more solid than the original Gawker allegations.

I don't know much about Canadian politics. Here in the US, I think solid evidence of a Mayor of a large US city, smoking crack, would definitely get that Mayor driven from office at this point.

Do any of you Canucks have an opinion on Ford staying on as Toronto Mayor?
post #88 of 255
This almost makes me want to join Facebook so I can see the inanity my liberal friends in GTA are about to unleash on the Netwebs.
post #89 of 255
I thought Rob Ford was GTA Mayor



Not Chris Farley!

Anyway, here are some GTA comments about Ford, from Canadians ( and others )

http://www.torontosun.com/2013/10/31/chat-with-former-rob-ford-staffers-adrienne-batra-and-emily-thomson
Edited by rnoldh - 10/31/13 at 1:44pm
post #90 of 255
Something tells me Kwarme Kilpatrick is wishing this had all broke several months ago.
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