The point of order raised by the hon. member is not affected by what the hon. member who has just taken his seat has said. In the discussion this afternoon I was dealing with something that was specifically excluded from the terms of the amendment. If a member thinks fit to make an attack upon individuals who are not members of the house, so long as he does not say anything that is opprobrious to the house he may do so under the rule. Of course it will all depend upon the taste of the hon. member who is speaking.