Mr. Speaker, when Canadians read the Prime Minister's speech they will understand what he was talking about and they will understand what Reformers are objecting to.
They are objecting to investment in young Canadians. They are objecting to great national projects. They are objecting to the country facing the modern economy. They are objecting to the country saying that globalization will not dominate our economy but that we will take charge.
The issue really is, and the line in the sand has been drawn, why the Reform Party thinks that the only responsibility of government is to cut debt. Does it not understand that there is also a human deficit and that the government will make sure that disappears?