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Rob Ford is working on an Occupy Toronto plan; meanwhile, a protester sounds suspiciously like George W. Bush

If you’re curious about the fate of the Occupy Toronto protesters currently braving the cold in St. James Park, never fear, Rob Ford is working on a plan. The mayor was asked about the protest by reporters yesterday in light of a motion calling on council to endorse the occupation. Ford’s response: “We’re working on a plan with staff. We’re gonna have a concrete answer in a few days.” For their part, the 99 per cent seem a little nervous that the city might try to remove them, with one protester offering: “Either they’re with us or they’re against us.” The statement is surprisingly reminiscent of a certain American president and his own, decidedly less friendly occupations—an association those involved in the Occupy movement could probably do without. Read the entire story [Toronto Star] »

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