"When no-one else can understand me, when everything I do is wrong". The opening words to Elvis's 'The Wonder Of You' were so apt as an impersonator of the king sung behind Gordon Brown on one of his election rallies.
It makes you think that David Miliband's 'anti-politics'Â comment against Nick Clegg is a little hypocritical when you watch an ill-thought-outÂ election campaign full of gimmicks and void of political substance damaging the party it is trying to promote.
Is it any wonder that there are signs of civil war within the Labour election campaign as MPs and labour party members are shuffling themselves into a position to depose the despotic Gordon Brown and replace him with Miliband whose leadership aspirations are well documented.
But the infighting at a time like this would be laughable if it were not for the seriousness of our political and economic situation.
You have to admire Brown's tenacity in these moments, he as ditched his previous campaign strategy and has gone out to 'meet the people', although it may be too little too late.
Harriet HarmanÂ has been told to 'Shut up' by our undemocraticallyÂ placed business secretary Lord (the Queen must have been drunk or bribed when she gave that title away) Peter Mandelson. The outburst came as Harman attempted to place her view over a dispute regarding the election strategy and was promptly told by Mandelson that he did not want to hear from her again.
Nothing like unity within a party to instil confidence.