Mr. Speaker, during the Liberal leadership race in 2003, the Prime Minister was singing from a different song book about Canada's participation in missile defence. He said:
If someone is going to be sending missiles over Canadian airspace, we want to be at the table.
U.S. Ambassador McKenna's frankness yesterday confirmed that instead of gathering facts on missile defence, having a debate as promised and having a vote in the House, the Prime Minister did a deal under the table, but denies it.
The defence minister is clearly impaled on a picket fence of indecision. My question is simple. Are we in, are we out or is the Prime Minister dithering still?