Okay, whoa, whoa, whoa.
Everybody, regardless of who they are, has a right to make a point of order, and after hearing the point of order, we see whether it was relevant to the conversation or not.
In this particular case, a point of order was made. It was made very, very briefly and pointedly, and regardless of whether it was deemed to be a solid point of order or not, that's up for debate in the long term, and if we were going to end up in a lengthy discussion on it, I can certainly assure you the chair would not have allowed that to go too far.
However, let's just get back now.
You have the floor, Mr. Garrison.
We'll try to keep ourselves to the point as much as possible. The chair, I think, has been fairly lenient through the whole process, on both sides. The only recommendation that I would make is the later and later we go, the longer and longer we go, the shorter the fuse the chair will have for areas in which there are going to be challenges to the proper procedure. We're being very flexible on both sides right now simply because that kind of respect and accommodation is necessary at this point, but let us be reminded that we do have an official process and at some point the chair will certainly tighten up the discussion on all sides.
In the meantime, you still have the floor, Mr. Garrison.