Mr. Speaker, my colleague from Medicine Hat speaks a lot of rhetoric. Members of the opposition are telling us to spend a lot of money. They keep comparing us to the United States.
In global trade the United States has 47% of the market share, the Japanese 17%, the Europeans 27% and we have about 20%. The American budget represents trillions of dollars. We have $106 billion to spend. This government has done a great job with the budget. When it came in there was a $42 billion deficit.
I wish Reform members would tell their constituents, Hugh, Andrew and Dorothy, that we have the best country in the world in which to live.
Since the government has come into power it has cut taxes over the last number years, and they have gone beyond bracket creep. The tax cuts provided over the last—