Mr. Speaker, I want to go back to the question by my NDP colleague, the member for Trois-Rivières.
I am astounded that, in light of the Liberals' support for this motion, the NDP is unable to accept the fact that we too are against income splitting. We made that very clear, and I have no idea how they came up with their take on our leader's position on this issue. The fact is that we are against income splitting, as was the late Mr. Flaherty. We have said so clearly from the start, but unfortunately the NDP does not seem to understand what should be a pretty simple idea.
Can my colleague from Bourassa explain why the NDP is unable to accept a “yes”?