Mr. Speaker, in Guelph, in 2005, the Prime Minister was very explicit. When he was campaigning, he said:
My government will fully preserve the Old Age Security, the Guaranteed Income Supplement, and the Canada Pension Plan and all projected future increases to these programs.
Now it was also the same speech in which he promised solemnly that he would not tax income trusts. We know what happened to that promise.
How can the Conservatives stand in their places today and pretend that the Prime Minister of Canada did not specifically promise to do exactly the opposite of what he said to the people of Switzerland in Davos?