Mr. A. CAMPBELL (Centre York).
I am sure the government will be gjad to know now what their duty is, and that before they attempt to pass auy law they will have to go to the hon. member for Carieton (Mr. It. L. Borden) and to the hon. member for Brantford (Mr. Cockshutt) and ask them to please be allowed to pass it. A government with seventy-five or eighty majority in this House must go to these gentlemen and ask them, forsooth, if it pleases their mighty-ness and their holiness to be allowed to pass a law. I would like to know who is running this country. Is it this little outfit over there, this small little band that the people of Canada rejected ; these men who were
told by the people from the Atlantic to the Pacific, told that their policy was wrong and that they were not fit to govern ? Is it these men who are going to hold the House up until the snow flies ?
Some hon. MEMBElRiS. Yes.
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