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Steven Fletcher, Oct. 19. Mr. Speaker, I reject the premise of the member’s question.

John Baird, Oct. 19. Mr. Speaker, it will not come as any surprise to my friend from northern Ontario that I do not agree with the premise of his question.

Ed Fast, Oct. 19.  Mr. Speaker, I do not accept the premise of that question.

Stephen Harper, Oct. 19. Mr. Speaker, I completely disagree with the premise of that question.

Denis Lebel, Oct. 18. Mr. Speaker, I do not accept the premise of that question.

John Baird, Oct. 17. Mr. Speaker, it will not come as any surprise to that member or to the House that I categorically reject the premise of the member’s question.

Brent Rathgeber, Oct. 17. Mr. Speaker, I absolutely disagree with the premise of that question.

John Baird, Oct. 7. Mr. Speaker, I say to my friend from Winnipeg Centre that it will not come as any surprise to him that I disagree with the premise of his question.

Eve Adams, Sept. 28. Mr. Speaker, I want to thank the hon. member for his question. I reject the premise of the question.

Dave MacKenzie, Sept. 28. Madam Speaker, the very first thing I would say to my good friend from Cape Breton—Canso is that his premise is dead wrong.

Kyle Seeback, Sept. 28. Madam Speaker, I fundamentally disagree with the premise that our justice initiatives are not in the best interests of Canadians. 

Gary Goodyear, Sept. 27. Mr. Speaker, I reject the premise of that question.

Steven Fletcher, June 23. Mr. Speaker, the premise of the preamble of the question is completely false.

Michelle Rempel, June 22. Mr. Speaker, I have to reject the premise of that question because our government is not ignoring this issue.

John Baird, June 9. I completely reject the premise of the question by the member opposite.

Mike Lake, June 7. Madam Speaker, the premise of the question is completely incorrect.