Sunday, November 9, 2008
Libs: take the train to BC
Of course there will a time problem for Libs who might try to travel by rail to BC for the Party convention in April, but for those who could take the time to ride the train - a specially chartered one even - that picked up delegates along the way, then the Party would actually enter its convention on a roll, having garnered media attention, delegate bonding, and lots of discussion. They could always fly home afterwards. A cross Canada trip together might just be a way of unifying the party, and who cares if Elizabeth May just used a train to campaign in, it was a good idea, trains are less expensive and have smaller environmental footprints than planes. It would certainly make history.