Rob Ford unveils "gravy train" T-shirt


Someone call Milan. The Ford team has designed T-shirts.

Starting today for just $30, you can make a statement about fashion and wasteful spending at City Hall. Now that's municipal efficacy.

Doug Ford unveiled the T-shirts outside the Etobicoke Civic Centre today. They feature a cartoon train being driven by a pig in a suit and tie with a button that reads, "Miller express." As if that wasn't enough, cash is spewing from all sides of the train and a bright red stop sign is plastered above.

And--because I know you're wondering--yes, the purchase is tax-deductible. So go ahead, get dressed Toronto. You'll be looking fine.


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