Mr. Speaker, as MPs return to their ridings this summer, Conservatives have a lot of questions to answer.
On the Couillard affair, why did the government say that it was not putting security at risk during an ongoing security breach? Why do Conservatives treat questions of national security as gossip?
On the Cadman affair, why did they try to take advantage of a dying man's love for his family by offering him a bribe in exchange for his vote?
On Mulroney-Schreiber, why did the Conservatives go out of their way to protect their political idol and favourite lobbyist, Brian Mulroney?
On the in and out scandal, why did they cheat taxpayers with their advertising money laundering scheme? How could Elections Canada, the government body that certified that Conservatives won the last election, be biased against them?
On Omar Khadr, why does Canada's government want its citizens to continue to be abused by the internationally discredited American military justice system?
The Conservatives attack anyone who asks questions in this House of Commons. Let them try that at home with their constituents this summer.