There is a comic, yet tragic, character who tries every day to post essentially the same comment over and over again, but on multiple posts and under multiple, though regular, aliases. And yes, he was doing it yesterday. On Christmas Day. I know who you are, of course. Would you like me to name you, and to provide some contact details? I should be so much more than happy to oblige.
Now, to the serious business of today's Guardian front page, which like the rest of the uniformly Blairite media is obsessed with some little poll about the "personal standing" of the Party Leaders, rather than concerned with questions about actual voting intentions, never mind votes cast.
A mere British political party dared to disobey its essentially foreign betters in the media, and as a result has been consistently ahead in the polls for a year while winning five parliamentary by-elections out of five, all with potentially majority-delivering swings.
There is now a Leader of the Opposition who does not favour the unerring slash and burn agenda of "the markets", nor any war ordered up by the Israeli Far Right and its American Amen Corner. What is more, real votes and real voting intentions put him easily on course to become Prime Minister. Deal with it. He undoubtedly intends to, er, "deal" with you as soon as his opportunity presents itself.