December 18, 1962 (25th Parliament, 1st Session)

NDP

Thomas Rodney Berger

New Democratic Party

Mr. Berger:

I suggest that anyone who, in developing an argument, contrasts and compares experiences in other cases with what has happened in this case is using a perfectly legitimate technique of logic or advocacy. It may be that in the past the hon. gentleman who objected has not been used to listening to well developed, logical arguments; but I think now that he has been exposed to that type of discussion, at any rate since September 27, from the members of this party perhaps he should restrain himself and listen for a while. I think that he would then appreciate that, far from being out of order, the hon. member for Timiskaming was in fact enlightening the committee in a way in which in the past it has rarely been enlightened.

Topic:   INTERIM SUPPLY
Subtopic:   BRUCE REID CAMPBELL
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