I have a point of order, Mr. Chair. Procedurally, I have a motion on the floor questioning whether or not this motion is in order. Mr. Chair, you have ruled that it is in order, but the motion then is challenging the position of whether or not it is in order. I could go on at length.
In my opinion, the way I read procedure is that it is not in order, and I gave my reasons, Mr. Chair, but the motion on the table at this time is my motion, and whether or not it's in order. That needs to be voted on before we can proceed and debate the orginal motion.