Mr. Speaker, we are only days away from the expected election call. The Liberals claim they will run on their record so let us take a look at that record.
Bill C-33 provides the framework for further erosion of the definition of the family and yet more benefits for a special interest group.
Bill C-68 cracks down on millions of law-abiding citizens but does nothing to the criminals of this country. The preservation of section 745 of the Criminal Code allows monsters like Clifford Olson and Paul Bernardo to apply for early release.
Over $250 million is being spent to cover up the Liberals' Pearson scandal without creating a single job, in spite of false Liberal claims. The CPP payroll tax has been hiked 73 per cent. Social programs have been cut $7 billion. We have had the largest tax revenue increase in Canadian history. Parliament has had one free vote since 1993.
Convicted criminals have a record. Clearly they should not be proud of their record. Neither should the Liberals.