Mr. Speaker, in the last election the Prime Minister promised Canadians jobs, jobs, jobs.
This is the Liberal record that is etched on the minds of Canadians: 1.5 million people unemployed; two million to three million underemployed; 700,000 moonlighting to make ends meet;
one out of four Canadians afraid of losing his or her job. The Prime Minister can try to ignore it, to explain it, to inflate it and excuse it, but that is the Liberal's dismal record on jobs.
With a record like that how does the Prime Minister expect Canadians to believe him when he promises jobs, jobs, jobs in the future?