Yes. And actually Garry Breitkreuz is a good buddy of mine, and I worked with him, and I said, “Look, I'll speak to my party, I'll speak to people on this issue, I will see if we can't get more New Democrats who think my way to vote on a simple bill”, which eventually we were able to do. And I thought if they treat me like this, imagine what they do to people who really like the registry.
So basically there is the work that I've been doing over the years trying to promote the end of the registry, because I believe there's a different way that we can handle certain gun crime in the legislation of this country, there's a different way of doing it, instead of the one that we had with us from Mr. Allan Rock. And all of a sudden these people now question my ability and are thinking that maybe I wasn't telling the truth and was just being a political opportunist. That's where the privilege comes in. And then they're reading, “No, no, all of what I said for 25 years is correct. This is an unfortunate error, and it's a lie.” “Well, I don't know. It comes from the government; they wouldn't do that on purpose, would they?” I go, “Well...” What can I say?