February 07, 2018

PC leadership hopeful Caroline Mulroney brings “all bun, no beef” in first interview

David MenziesMission Specialist

*UPDATE: Since the recording of this video Caroline Mulroney has come out against the implementation of a carbon tax. 

Progressive Conservative party leadership hopeful Caroline Mulroney was interviewed on John Moore’s morning show the other day.

Never has so much been said about so little.

It was an interview that would have been twice as good if only it were half as long.

Watch as I share some highlights with you and also share the free consulting advice I have for Mulroney who comes across as Patrick Brown's female counterpart, and that’s not a good thing.

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commented 2018-02-08 16:01:35 -0500
I heard radio station CFRA host Rob Snow talking with retired CFRA radio legend Lowell Green a few days ago. Both were solidly behind Mulroney, and both obviously anti-Ford. Green based his enthusiastic support for Mulroney on the fact that he liked an interview she did with him when she had a job with an obscure Cable TV channel. Snow just figured that she was the only one who could win the election for the PCs.

Funny eh, two smart men using pretty well the same degree of logic as turdo la doo’s shallow fans did.
commented 2018-02-08 13:48:50 -0500
Ford is your boy… He has not flip-flopped on any issues and he was against a carbon tax from day one.. he is not particularly fond of the paedophile written sex education curriculum in Ontario either Caroline mall Rooney is a generational politician very similar to Justin Trudeau and Rachel Notley.. hopefully we have learned our lesson and don’t have to suffer like the States did under the 16 years of the Bush administration while transitioning into the Obama years..
commented 2018-02-08 11:32:58 -0500
Personally there is only one candidate that I will vote for the Ontario Conservative Leadership, and it SURELY is NOT Caroline Mulroney. The only one I see as a valid candidate is Christine Elliot. The only one with the character and leadership skills and experience to be a valid candidate. My thoughts.
commented 2018-02-08 11:31:53 -0500
Personally there is only one candidate that I will vote for the Ontario Conservative Leadership, and it SURELY is NOT Caroline Mulroney. The only one I see as a valid candidate is Christine Elliot. The only one with the character and leadership skills and experience to be a valid candidate. My thoughts.
commented 2018-02-08 10:55:42 -0500
Lance Schwerdfager—-When you are the most indebted area in the world along with California and Greece, you have to take a risky person like Ford. If you go with the type of people that put you in debt, your situation will stay the same.
commented 2018-02-08 03:02:24 -0500
That’s the point isn’t it Ontari-Ari-Ario!… After all that has transpired since the Harris days, are you willing to play the “name game” once again rather than reality??? Unless you have a terminal death wish, as a previously key economic entity in the heart of Canada, you have to demand that your would-be leaders clearly enunciate what the hell they stand for rather than burps, farts, and political platitudes…
commented 2018-02-08 00:04:59 -0500
Bravo Zulu—In your description of Caroline you missed the fact that she has nicer legs than most Movie Stars.
On Sunday’s CTV Question Period, old Craig Oliver said it should be 3 women running for the big job in Ontario, with a couple others agreeing in the panel. If that is the case, maybe men should just stay home on voting day as we have to rest up and do all the work for these women, just like the Drone Bees work for the Queen Bee.
There is no one that can clean up Ont. except Doug Ford.
commented 2018-02-08 00:02:48 -0500
Oh, no!!! Not another politician’s kid wanting to be just like dad!!!
commented 2018-02-07 23:41:16 -0500
Haven’t we had enough of generational politicians yet.!!
commented 2018-02-07 22:58:47 -0500
But, Hey! She’s part of a TEAM, don’t ya know!
commented 2018-02-07 21:17:50 -0500
Caroline Mulroney has the youth and education to be a successful premier but it doesn’t seem that she has the gravitas to be a leader (yet). Of course, Trudeau is a obvious case of no gravitas at all and he’s “prime minister” of the entire country, thanks to non-thinking voters. Accordingly, it would seem that being able to actually do the job no longer really matters anymore.

Given the damage that’s been done to Ontario by the current government, I just might switch my allegiance to Christine Elliott. She does appear to have the necessary background and knowledge that could dethrone the Wynne Liberals and start Ontario into its healing process.

I like Doug Ford’s straightforward approach but he might turn out to be a bull in a china shop … a little too risky in my opinion.
commented 2018-02-07 21:13:29 -0500
Caroline Mulroney has the youth and education to be a successful premier but it doesn’t seem that she has the gravitas to be a leader (yet). Of course, Trudeau is a obvious case of no gravitas at all and he’s “prime minister” of the entire country, thanks to non-thinking voters. Accordingly, it would seem that being able to actually do the job no longer really matters anymore.

Given the damage that’s been done to Ontario by the current government, I just might switch my allegiance to Christine Elliott. She does appear to have the necessary background and knowledge that could dethrone the Wynne Liberals and start Ontario into its healing process.

I like Doug Ford’s straightforward approach but he might turn out to be a bull in a china shop … a little too risky in my opinion.
commented 2018-02-07 20:56:08 -0500
“Really believes in Change” is a most dangerous statement! That was Trudeau’s mantra and look at the lunacy at the Federal helm now. We need leaders who have the moral fortitude to stand up and speak out SPECIFICALLY on what thy believe in and exactly what they’re changing, and in which way. This is a “bag of hair” riding the cot-tails of a known name (where have we seen this before?) offering trite platitudes and nothing of substance. A big zero – and I’d strongly advocate dumping her as fast as possible…
commented 2018-02-07 17:54:23 -0500
I’m going to have to go with Doug Ford. He’s popular in Toronto with the working class, and Rob Ford was a populist mayor who saved the taxpayers money. I think he’s the only one that could be Wynnie in an election. Who ever the liberals attack the most will be the candidate that they are the most afraid of. It will take a miracle to remove Wynnie’s tentacles from the public purse in ON.
commented 2018-02-07 17:35:31 -0500
She will be a contender – she is easy on the eyes, blonde, white, rich and entitled.

She has never truly been any where, never truly done anything and never truly had to work.

The media will love her and the snowflakes will vote for her.

The perfect example of the new female “privilege”.

That makes her the perfect modern day Conservative – errrr…… perhaps I should say liberal “approved” Conservative.
commented 2018-02-07 17:21:43 -0500
She ‘s a Mulroney – what did everybody expect??
I never liked her father and I’m sure I don’t like her. These people think that money is the end all, that because one has money one is wise and so made for leadership. Ha, Ha, Ha, just take a good look at that ‘brilliant’ rich, well spoken ass that was elected as PM.
He now says that he was only joking when he said ‘Peoplekind’, that is of course after he got slammed to the floor and used as a mop by the international leadership and many big name celebs. Read yesterdays Breitbart report on the incident and then see the CBC report of this morning where he says that he was only joking.
commented 2018-02-07 17:20:44 -0500
If Climate Barbie ever decides to quit, I know where Junior can find a replacement.
commented 2018-02-07 17:13:47 -0500
Mulphoney sure sounds like she is running for the liberal party not the conservative party.
We don’t need another cino infiltrating the party. My vote is for a true conservative Doug Ford.
commented 2018-02-07 17:08:50 -0500
Well, I’m sure the listeners of this interview came away with the feeling they wasted their time tuning in….
She’s off to a very bad start.