Mr. Speaker, I might ask him again some day but I want to tell him that he is not the first Liberal Prime Minister I have ever faced and I can assure him that I will do my best in this role to make sure he is the last one I face.
This year the government will spend $1.9 billion more than it collects in revenue. By U.S. accounting standards, we are already in a deficit.
The auditor general identified $16.3 billion in poorly managed grant programs.
Could the Prime Minister not have found ways to cut rather than pushing us to the brink of a deficit?