Mr. Speaker, as members well knows, I have met with the atomic veterans. We will deal with that, as we did with the agent orange issue, in a fair and compassionate way.
However, I want to bring to the attention of the House that the question is coming from a party that never stands in the House to provide anything to our veterans, or our men and women in uniform. Here is the list. It voted against a bill of rights. It voted against an ombudsman for veterans. It consistently stands in the House and denies our men and women in uniform the equipment to do their jobs. Its record on veterans and our men and women in uniform is not good. It never has been.