Mr. Speaker, in fairness, and I think my hon. colleagues would agree, I do not think I have ever said anything nice about the Conservatives, maybe ever. However, every now then they get the issue that there is a problem over in the Senate. The party that does not, that refuses, that will stand up and say, “We will not allow you to insult these great Canadians”, the people who created the corruption machine, is the Liberal Party. This is the Liberals' baby.
Therefore, when the occasional, part-time worker from Papineau comes into the House, what does he say? He says that he will fix the Senate by choosing better people. We will choose Liberals. Again, it is bad. It is good Liberals, it is better people. They see themselves as better than the rest of us. They see themselves as better than the average hard-working people who pay their taxes so that they and their cronies can travel around the world and go to their cocktail parties with the rest of the Laurentian crowd. Then they have the nerve to come in here and ask how we can even talk about financial accountability when it comes to the grand pooh-bahs who have made Canada the place it is.