Not a bad strategy, of course. Harper was able to defy expectations in 2005/2006 and look where it got him. But this entire thing depends on us fulfilling the goal of a "great campaign," and at the current moment, the question should be whether we can run a great campaign.
I don't doubt the passion and commitment from Liberal volunteers, supporters, candidates and strategists - I never would. But do we have the resources available to pull it off? We've increased our treasury, but we're still not as competitive as we should be.
Iggy can defy the pundits all he wants, and I'm sure he will. I just hope that the Party can keep up.