Mr. Erhart Regier (Burnaby-Coquitlam):
Mr. Speaker, I was pleased indeed to hear the wonderful pre-election talk, that I have just listened to, by the hon. member for Rosedale. I have been worried about what he is going to do if, before that election rolls around, the C.C.F. in this house introduces another resolution asking for the immediate implementation of national health insurance. The curtain might be a good place to hide behind at that time, after the speech that has just been made. However, I do want to refer to one attack the hon. member made on the opposition in this house. Mr. Speaker, I no longer count the Social Credit members in this house as being
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