Mr. Speaker, I have a quote here from the hon. member for Lisgar-Marquette, who said: "If we want to look at what homosexuality and permissiveness have done to some countries, let us look at Africa and the problems it has run into. Let us look at Liberia right now. Do we want that type of system? I do not". This is implying, of course, that homosexuality will lead to civil war.
In addition to that, a Reform member from British Columbia at a public meeting indicated earlier this week when a series of intolerant statements were made, he asked what was the dividing line between China and India and named the Fraser River as the answer.
I wonder if leader of the Reform Party could tell us if he agrees with these statements. If not, will he tell these members what to do.