O'Toole asked for 'concrete examples' of what he would do as prime minister 1

O’Toole asked for ‘concrete examples’ of what he would do as prime minister


Conservative Leader Erin O'Toole was asked to give some 'concrete examples' of what he would do as prime minister.

Here's what he had to say.


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  1. There needs to be a sense of urgency for real competent representation. We all have a Xmas wish list. I’m sick of you too.

  2. 1) O’Toole just admit you have a crush on Trudeau.
    2) How the hell do you answer a simple Yes or No question with a rambling speech.

  3. O’toole is old school family compact elitism and offers zero difference to anything. He is an aristocracy enforcer not a democracy supporter.

  4. Anyone can say what we need to do, what would you actually do.
    As a long time conservative I’m switching my vote to PPC

  5. We have no parties in the House that are actually in touch with Canadians we have a Corrupt unethical government and the weakest and most pathetic opposition in history

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