Stephen LeDrew, ex-president of the Liberal party is quoted by The Toronto Star as saying,
“Barring a miracle – that intermittent visitor to political campaigns – the Liberals are going to take a drubbing in this election – which is exactly what they need in order to survive as a viable national force.”
“The immediate causes of the Liberals’ campaign trouble are myriad: a leader who doesn’t resonate with the public; a platform that is, depending on whom you talk to, either incomprehensible, or just plain dumb; a team that seems to have all its oars pulling on the same side of the boat – the list goes on”
Stephen LeDrew served as president of the Liberal Party from 1998 to 2003.
I can’t add anything to this. LeDrew seems to sum it up pretty well.