Mr. ROLAND BEAUDRY (St. James):
On a question of privilege, Mr. Speaker, I draw to your attention page 788 of yesterday's Hansard which contains a quotation given to the house by the hon. member for Broadview (Mr. Church) which reads as follows: '
Wisdom for the Wise
The game of committees for finding out facts Is the latest pursuit that our leaders attract; But as games have a habit of turning about There's a very big risk lest the facts find them out.
So this I would say, though it's not very nice To give one's political betters advice,
Their plans would work smoother and cause less derision
If they found the facts first, and then made their decision.
May I respectfully suggest to Your Honour that I have found another version of the quotation which may have escaped the attention of the hon. member for Broadview.
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