Unionist wrote in another thread:
The NDP should put forward a progressive, dynamic, bold program aimed at protecting and expanding employment, retirement income, etc. - and I mean bold. (I know, I know, it's the ONDY, but hope springs eternal.)
At the same time, it should include a few democratic reforms, like abolishing separate schools, without any big fuss.
Any other party that dares to challenge the NDP on this and make a big deal out of it will be rejected by the voters, who only care about the economy, their jobs, and their livelihood!!
The timing is perfect. It's now or never.
So what are these "bold" economic policies the ONDP should implement, that are supposedly being lost to an "unimportant" and "divisive" debate on separate school funding? How can the NDP outdo the bold, progressive, dynamic "Get Orange" campaign of 2007, which was hijacked by John Tory and Dalton McGuinty blabbering on about school funding?