Toronto Mayor Rob Ford has, not surprisingly, had a bit of a rough time of it in the week since he admitted to smoking crack. Monday was a particularly hard day for the mayor as a WWII veteran at a Remembrance Day event refused to shake his hand, and the city's Santa Clause Parade said he wouldn't be participating (Ford's staff insists that's not true). But Ford is not one to take the hint: After that Remembrance Day event he told a supporter, "I'm not going anywhere, guaranteed." And when reporters asked him about a move to try to force him out of office, he said, "let's get it on."
One City Council member, Denzil Minnan-Wong, would very much like to get it on. He's filed a motion calling on Ford to apologize to the city and take a leave of absence. The council is likely to vote on the motion Wednesday. "I think it’s the right thing to do. We’re all distracted by this and I think it’s important that we deal with this as quickly as possible," Minnan-Wong said. Ford, of course, has his die-hard supporters who call themselves "Ford Nation." But their help would probably be more effective if they could get the spelling right on their billboards.