Mr. Speaker, today, hundreds of thousands of young people will go door to door asking for candy from behind their disguises.
Here in the House of Commons, many politicians wear a disguise all year round, but we always manage to recognize them because sooner or later, the truth comes to light.
In recent months, a supernatural phenomenon has been occurring regularly in Canada's Parliament. Is there an invisible man lurking about, or the same way there was a phantom of the opera, are we dealing with a phantom of Parliament?
The person behind this eerie dramatic political phenomenon is none other than the former finance minister, who remains invisible in the House of Commons and continuously haunts the current Prime Minister. The phantom of the opera sings, the phantom of Parliament speaks, but his message is inaudible and, when he sings, he sings off key.
Despite his many faces, Quebec will always see him as the person responsible for all the drastic cuts to EI, health and education.
Let us unmask the member for LaSalle—Émard, right now.