Let’s not stop Kevin O’Leary

Food for thought.

Ted Campbell's Point of View

RaittLisa_CPCWell, well, well … Lisa Raitt has put the cat amongst the pigeons with her focused attacks on Kellie Leitch and Kevin O’Leary. I am glad to see the gloves coming off.

I disagree, as I have said, with Dr Leitch on the focus of her “values” campaign: immigrants. In my opinion, we, Conservatives, need to enunciate, assert and explain our core Canadian values to all Canadians, old stock and newcomer alike.

I part company with Ms Raitt, however on her “Kevin O’Leary Must Be Stopped” web page. It is not up to other candidates to stop Mr O’Leary: that’s the job of Conservative Party of Canada members when the voting finally starts.

I find Mr O’Leary supremely unqualified and highly unsuitable to be our Party leader, much less prime minister of Canada … but many conservatives, especially the ones a The-Loop_Kevin-OLeary-Taxes_960imagefriend dubbed “

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One Response to Let’s not stop Kevin O’Leary

  1. mark says:

    Kevin O’Leary checks all the boxes when it comes to a list of narcissistic traits, and is about as trustworthy as Judas. He would sell his own family if he could turn a profit doing so. I really hope people see through this and realize that he is just a wannabe Trump, however he has no integrity, no desire to fight the globalists and far less of a successful record when it comes to business. The man good for a laugh, hopefully, that’s all.

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