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I could write a book about things that I think the Liberal Party needs to do differently going forward - win, lose or draw this election. (In fact, if you are a publisher and are interested in said book, it could be a big seller come Christmas...I'm just saying, I can promise you a special introduction from one T. Powers.) Despite what may come across here, I'm not a non-critical chearleader of the state of the Liberal Party of Canada. Far from it.

Where I may differ from many other Liberals is if I were to write a book on the future of the Liberal Party and the challenges we face both in this election and going forward, the current leader wouldn't crack the top five.

But there's lots of time for that after October 14th; we still have an election to win.

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