Mayor Ford Emtional Plea
Tell A Friend
Learn To Trade

Receive more information about our courses and events that teach you to be a better trader.
First Name
Email Address
Telephone Number
What's Your Main Interest?

Mayor Rob Ford Made an Emotional Plea For Forgiveness.
On Sunday afternoon on the weekly radio show he host with his brother, Ford made an emotional plea for forgiveness. Mayor Ford apologizes for his mistakes but will not step down.
Ford called on the city Police Chief Bill Blair to release the controversial video that investigators obtained during a series of raids earlier this years.
On the radio show, Ford said, "I've been thinking for a long time of what I'm going to say today." , "And first of all, I believe that this video, I want the police Chief, Bill Blair to release this video for every single person in this city to see. That is the right thing to do and Chief, I am asking you to release this video now."
Ford continues, he wants the video to be released so that, "whatever this video shows, people need to judge for themselves what they see on this video."
The mayor added, "I'm the first one to admit, friends, I'm the first one to admit, I am not perfect. I have made mistakes in the past and all I can do right now is apologize for the mistakes."
Ford made reference to his behavior at the Taste of Danforth street Festival during the summer by saying, "I've made mistakes like, where do I begin?" "For example, the Danforth, that was pure stupidity. I shouldn't have got hammered down at the Danforth. If you're going to have a couple of drinks, you stay at home and that's it, you don't make a public spectacle of yourself."
Furthermore, Ford acknowledged his behavior on St. Patrick's Day when he said, "things are getting out of control" on St. Patrick's Day.
When Ford said he intend to make changes in his life, he is saying that he won't mislead people by telling them he will be perfect in the future. He said, "To sit here and say, you know, I'm going to lose 100 pounds and I'm going to be a brand new person in six months, or a year, I'm not going to mislead people."
In concluding, Mayor Ford said, "I'm going to do my very best to make sure these mistakes don't happen again. And I don't know what else to say." I'm going to ride the storm out and just keep doing what I was elected to do."