Hon. W. Earl Rowe (Dufferin-Simcoe):
Mr. Speaker, we have observed a spectacle tonight of true Liberalism as it stands today. The Minister of Agriculture (Mr. Gardiner) knew very well that there was an agreement made concerning this debate which was to continue to allow speakers from this party and the party to my left to participate and yet he says that the Leader of the Opposition (Mr. Diefenbaker) brought up an issue that' was not important and that he wasted the time of the house. It took the Minister of Agriculture twice as long to answer what was said by the Leader of the Opposition so eloquently this afternoon as it took the leader of my group to speak. I have listened to the Minister of Agriculture in this house for many years and I have always observed that when he talks the loudest and longest he has the weakest case.
I propose tonight to be a gentleman in this House of Commons