October 5, 2000 (36th Parliament, 2nd Session)


Lee Morrison


Mr. Lee Morrison (Cypress Hills—Grasslands, Canadian Alliance)

Mr. Speaker, I find it very interesting that members of that party do not seem to be clear on the concept of who is against who in the House.
The government is over there but during her speech she spent a great deal of time attacking, of all people, the reform conservative alliance. This is a bill on which all opposition members should be united in opposition to the government.
Does the member really think it is more fun to bite the ankles of the Alliance and lick the hands of the government than it is to act as a member of parliament in opposition?

Topic:   Government Orders
Subtopic:   Employment Insurance Act
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