The hon. member objects to my interpretation of his words, but he has only himself to blame for giving us words that are capable of such an interpretation. I cannot see how any member of the House could suggest that any one can tell this House, before the committee listens to any evidence with regard to a measure, how that committee is going to report. I think the position will be self-evident to every hon. member. I do not think there is any member of the House other than the hon. member (Mr. J. D. Taylor) himself
who would think of asking for such an assurance.