Harper’s Tories leave Mulroney cold

It was an illuminating moment in a remarkably candid conversation.
Brian Mulroney, the most successful Conservative prime minister since Sir John A. Macdonald, was sitting down for a rare television interview the other day in Montreal.
TVOntario’s Steve Paikin, always adroit at coaxing politicians to dish, broached the subject of the May 2 election and Conservative Leader Stephen Harper.
“You’re voting for Mr. Harper, I take it,” said Paikin, coincidentally the moderator of Tuesday’s English-language leaders’ debate.
“At this point,” replied Mulroney with a pause that seemed to hang in the air longer than its mere second, “I’ll vote for the Conservative candidate in my constituency.”
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The Con voters apparently don’t understand the difference between the Reform Party and the old PROGRESSIVE Conservatives who had an  honourable history linked to Sir John A MacDonald, and the rest of us are going to pay for it if Harper wins. Big Time.

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