FORD FOLLIES 

FORD FOLLIES

In voting in favor of a bill requiring full disclosure of income earned by legislators from state clients, embattled state senator John Ford may have voted against his own best interest, but not without taking a shot at his colleagues who proposed and supported the bill.

"Some of you are all stuck on what the media has been saying to you," Ford claimed. "Some of you are suffering from a seared conscience of shame and the worst part about it is, you don't know why."

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