Mr. Speaker, let me say on the record that I am very proud of our leader, what he has done, what he represents and what he stands for. We have a leader with honesty and integrity and who is principled. Whenever there is legislation before the House, he expects all members of his caucus to do what is in the best interests of Canadians. That is what we will continue to do.
The polls will move up and down day by day. If the member wants to believe all the polls he reads, I welcome him to do that. The polls will go up and we will be ahead and his party will be behind. I have no doubt they will change 10 more times before the next election.
What is really important is what a party stands for and its record in this Parliament.