Brown is moody, angry, shouting, keeps wanting to butt in, is pouring out tractor factory statistics, and hates other people being allowed to speak.
Seven more days of this Klutz and then we'll be done with him.
But why on Earth did the Labour party allow him to rule over them unopposed? Were they so short of other candidates and so circumscribed by his back room Stalinist stitch-up deals, that they really felt they had no other choice? Or are they really a moronic bunch of lazy cowards (except for Charles Clarke) who couldn't face him down in a room full of other people?
Answers on a postcard, please.
Thank the Lord we're near the end now of this debate. And thank the Lord we are near the end of Brown's premiership. Yes, it will make no real physical discernible difference to our lives when he goes, but at least we'll all feel much better.