Mr. Speaker, I certainly appreciate that member's support for my bill on wine.
Again, she has brought forward that her leader has made a suggestion and has put forward that they will have no more Liberal senators. They will call themselves Senate Liberals. The Liberals basically said that they were going to have free elections for their own leadership, their whip position, and the House leader, and it was the same individuals. Of the change she speaks of, I do not know what she actually means, because as far as I can see, that is just more talk.
Getting back to the issue of Senate reform, this Prime Minister is the first Prime Minister in history to go before a parliamentary committee, and it was on Senate reform. This Prime Minister in this place said during question period a week or two after the ruling from the Supreme Court came out that if the provinces have ideas on whether the Senate should be reformed or whether it should be abolished, to carry those motions forward forthwith.
While the member may be content with the ideas her leader has put forward, the fact that he did not even consult with his own caucus before ejecting them seems to say more about how his approach to reforming his own party is all talk, and in fact, no consultation.