May 20, 1930 (16th Parliament, 4th Session)

LIB

Thomas McMillan

Liberal

Mr. McMILLAN:

It is the first duty of
any government to correctly interpret the enlightened sentiment of the Canadian people. There is no question of doubt but that he has represented the sentiment of the Canadian people, and the best proof that this budget is good is the manner in which it has been received throughout the country and the whine which it has occasioned from the opposition. It seems to me that no budget would be right if it did not bring out that whining disposition of hon. gentlemen of the opposition. Therefore, in conclusion let me say that I thank them for having presented their part of the budget.

Topic:   WAYS AND MEANS
Subtopic:   CUSTOMS TARIFF AMENDMENT
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