Never mind the battle over the leadership of the Labour Party. Isn't it about time the LibDem men and women in grey sandals came for the walking disaster that is Nick Clegg? He's a bigger liability than Brown.
The LibDems have finally woken up and smelt the Fairtrade coffee and realised a general election may be just round the corner.
So yesterday, Clegg announced a new strategy to target resources on 50 Labour seats in a general election. That, on the day a judge issued an arrest warrant for wealthy LibDem donor Michael Brown after he jumped bail.
You've got to hand it to the LibDems, their timing is, well, not very good.
That election strategy though is a welcome dose of reality. But in election after recent by-election, while the focus was on Conservative and SNP victory or Labour humiliation, the LibDems came nowhere. There's no reason why, with Clegg in charge (sic), things should get better at a general election.
Clegg was elected as a telegenic Blair type. Big mistake. He just huffs and puffs his way through and no one understands him or cares what he's talking about.
And his confusing and disgraceful support over the new EU Treaty/Consitution didn't win him any friends. No one listens to Euro-boy Clegg, except his fan-club in the BBC.
It's a shame for the LibDems. They're got the ideal leader waiting there, riding consistently high in all the popularity polls.
Vincent Cable is a real economist and gets a lot of respect. People listen to him and he knows what he's talking about.
It shouldn't be too hard to get rid of a LibDem leader. After all they've had lots of practice at it.