Mr. Speaker, I will frankly admit that I believe that if many were in my position, and especially if all the members cared for the amendment that was asked for during the all day, they would act a little as I do tonight. I do not know whether it would be possible to take one more day. I am not well enough acquainted with the rules of the house to try to
April 26, 1967
Ways and Means
postpone the question to another meeting of the house, even after the holiday. I would simply suggest that third reading be adopted as soon as we come back, so as to let once more the Minister of Agriculture (Mr. Greene) reflect on his old sins.
[DOT] (3:10 a.m.)
Subtopic: INTERIM SUPPLY