Mr. W. M. Hamilton (Notre Dame de Grace):
Mr. Speaker, in the course of my remarks yesterday I used the phrase or expression "a government that has the political morality of an alley cat". I notice that in the report in the Gazette this morning, attributed to the Canadian Press, that has been translated and attributed to me as follows: "the morals of an alley cat." I prefer to stand on my original phrase, which restricted it to the political field. The press gallery and the Canadian Press, who are so much better acquainted with the government and have known them so much longer than I have, can make any extension of it they wish.
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