May 29, 2016

Kevin O'Leary on Trump comparisons: We only have this ONE thing in common

Ezra LevantRebel Commander

In this segment of my interview with businessman and commentator Kevin O'Leary, I bring up frequent comparisons made between him and Republican nominee, Donald Trump

Kevin explains where any similarities begin and end and also takes the opportunity to remind Kathleen Wynne and Rachel Notley that politicians are employees of the taxpayer.

WATCH the full interview HERE.

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commented 2017-01-18 13:08:53 -0500
If O’Leary thinks we’re going to let him trample on our gun rights, he can piss off!!! The AR-15 should be an unrestricted rifle, and we will fight whoever is in power until that is done. O’Leary needs to educate himself about firearms and freedom. It is not a privilege to own a firearm – rifle, shotgun, or pistol. No government has the rightful authority to deny us this right.
commented 2016-05-29 17:00:35 -0400
Trump is addressing this.

Far too easy to make fun of Trump.

This is what I want addressed

No one will
commented 2016-05-29 15:02:30 -0400
Beastiality ? Sheep are fine, pigs will squeal on you every time. HA. This comment section needs a joke once in a while.
Sorry, that lame one was all I had on the topic
commented 2016-05-29 13:12:16 -0400
O’Leary – not a person who is much more than an opportunist.

I tend to think of him as another CINO

Time will tell
commented 2016-05-29 11:08:24 -0400
Fred, I agree with you on O’Leary with one exception where you have misconstrued what O’Leary said, "By the way, when it comes to bestiality, I am NOT for it. Period. People – and States – who stand for nothing with fall for anything. "

He did not say he supports bestiality, only that he does not care is other do. Your subtle misrepresentation is not fair to him.
commented 2016-05-29 10:43:18 -0400
the only thing you have in common with harper is male pattern baldness.
commented 2016-05-29 09:50:09 -0400
O’Leary is just another opportunist who finds it convenient to be “conservative”. The reason he sounds conflicted and sort of….off by ½ a bubble is that he doesn’t really understand conservative values nor does he believe it and so when he tries to promote himself as a conservative he sounds dorky.

O’Leary has only the most superficial understanding. It’s about more than trade and taxes. It’s about freedom, really, and how to get there and stay there.

For example: “We are inclusive”….. WTF does that mean, Mr. O’Leary?

By the way, when it comes to bestiality, I am NOT for it. Period. People – and States – who stand for nothing with fall for anything.