Once again, in the final leaders debate, Gordon Brown is banging on about £6 billion pounds being 'taken out' of the economy, if his proposed tax rise doesn't take place.
Finally, David Cameron has come back with Brown's confusion about the government and the economy being the same thing.
When you do not raise taxes by £6 billion then you LEAVE £6 billion IN the economy, to be spent wisely and productively, rather than being TAKEN OUT and wasted by government apparatchiks on consumption make-work schemes and other useless consumption waste.
So well done Cameron.
Though Clegg does actually look better than both of the others, because he is answering questions rather than attacking his opponents.
Dear Lord, I really do feel physically queasy every time Brown comes on camera and he opens his mouth.