I agree with you. I could go on with a litany of things we don't like, but I'm not sure you quite answered my question.
I don't think that necessarily means that the best thing to do is to bring the government down, go into an election, and delay for several months any sort of fiscal support to the economy at a moment of crisis.
We do have huge concerns about getting money out the door, so maybe I could turn to the case of public transit. This year there are $12 billion of fast-tracked public transit projects. That sounds very nice. I think in terms of long-run economic success and sustainability these are exactly what the doctor ordered. But do you have any belief that a significant number of these, worth a total of $12 billion, will in fact be funded by this budget?