The first speech after the government fell today was by Cheryl Gallant a Conservative MP representing Renfrew—Nipissing—Pembroke in Ontario during "debate" for the adjournment motion. I was expecting a lambasting of the government, early campaigning, or a thanking of Parlimentary members who were retiring (as I saw earlier by a Liberal MP during debate of the transportation bill). I can honestly say I was not expecting a speech on helicopter procurement. Obviously her speech admonished the government, but she did so without evoking all the Liberal scandal. It was an honest issue she was bringing up. The Liberal response was HILARIOUS, for all the wrong reasons. I didn't catch the MP's name, I'm sure he was the relevant Parliamentary Secretary, but he basically ripped into the Conservative party. The line that just made me laugh out loud was when he he said that when the people of Renfrew—Nipissing—Pembroke elect XXXXX (he actually named the Liberal candidate) in the upcoming election they can rid themselves of "stupid" (he was a bit more tactful then that) Conservative representation.