April 23, 1926 (15th Parliament, 1st Session)

LIB

Arthur Bettez

Liberal

Mr. BETTEZ (Translation):

Our friends the Conservatives have kept on speechifying during two long months, this session, simply to express their disgust in finding themselves in the opposition and to try and persuade the community as a whole that the Liberal policy is not the, one which should predominate in this House. Are they not to blame for this loss of time which has cost the country, according to my estimation, millions of dollars?
No, Sir, it is not through such tactics that they will win back the public's trust and that they will again become the great party as in former days. They had better try something else, -let them drop their futile recriminations and accept as true Canadians the medicine that the majority of the country has administered to them, at the last general elections.

Topic:   THE BUDGET
Subtopic:   CONTINUATION OF DEBATE ON THE ANNUAL
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