Hon. Paul Calandra
Government House Leader

A very quick question: I listened intently to what the member said. If I get it straight, there’s not enough in the budget bill for him to vote in favour of the budget bill, and the motion doesn’t go far enough either.

I challenge the member then here: We listened, obviously. The budget bill is not an omnibus bill; it’s a very clear set of intentions. Can the member then not vote in favour of the budget bill and against the budget motion, since they are two separate things? One is very strict and the other one is on a set of visions that you don’t agree with. Why not vote in—