The problem isn't with people like me or other Corbyn-sceptics still in the Labour Party, who will obviously prefer a Labour government than a Tory government, and will vote Labour even if we have to do so with a peg on our noses.
The problem is that vast numbers of voters who should be voting Labour because it would be in their best interests (and obviously I'd argue also in the best interests of the country) to do so, simply will not vote Labour as long as it means putting Corbyn in No.10.
You posted some disparaging comments about Seumas Milne earlier in the thread: "Milne is a disgrace and should never have been allowed near any politician in the Labour party. That alone almost disqualifies Corbyn as a credible leader."
How dare you, you Corbyn-sceptic, undermining Labour's chance of winning an election!!!
But you're right, and I agree with you! So do the kind of voters Labour needs to win a General Election with a majority big enough to do anything positive. The kind of voters who despite everything going on in the country at present STILL rank Theresa May as their preferred Prime Minister and still have the Tories polling neck and neck with, or even occasionally ahead of the Labour opposition.