29 Liberals were absent from Parliament for a confidence vote on the budget earlier tonight.
29 Liberals were not there to do their job and represent the people who elected them to office, which is a bit ironic considering their biggest complaint over prorogation was that they were not allowed to do their job, in Ottawa, in Parliament.
Here are the Liberals that did not vote, either by choice or by being told not to show up.
Kania, Andrew J.
Martin, Keith P.
By being absent, these 29 Liberals allowed this motion: "That this House approve in general the budgetary policy of the government. (Ways and Means No. 1)" to pass 142-132 even though Michael Ignateff and the Liberals have stated that the budget is bad for Canada and they disagree with it. The Liberals are again playing games rather than doing their jobs or providing a real alternative.
Contact information is linked to names of the 29 Liberal MPs. Feel free to email, or call and ask them if Ignatieff forbid them from doing their jobs and representing you, or if it was their choice for them not to do their jobs.
Feel free to let us all know the responses.
(For some added fun ask them what was their biggest complaint against prorogation.)