Thanks for clearing that up Mike, but notice that he used the word "I" and not "the Liberal Party". I never believed that Iggy would be the one to seek and form a coalition government; my theory has always been that his backroom deal with Bob Rae to become leader was that a coalition would be Bobby's business. Rae used to be NDP, so who better to unite the left? Iggy had to come and say no to a coalition otherwise this issue would have dogged his campaign, and if he said yes he risked losing votes and both his right and left flanks. The use of the word "I" instead of "we" was his clever way of deceiving without lying, in my humble opinion. Because if Iggy loses, resigns, and Bob Rae assumes control and forms a coalition, no lie would have been told.
Then again, if the Tories win a majority, this whole conversation is moot.