It took a while but the need to type more than 140 characters finally took hold. And I can only "thank" Tweedlecam for that motivation of sideshifting from twitter into the blogosphere.
Do you recall what seems like an eternity ago now when Tweedlecam and Tweedleclegg gaily skipped through the Downing Street garden to take their jaunty loved up press conference?
They said the country needed a new type of politics. They said that the country needed a cross party coalition. They said that at a time of need they needed sensible politics calling on all parties to work together.
So what happened?
The events in today's commons were shocking. Not because of what was said, not because of the tones, not because of the patronising condascending "calm down" comment.
But because of the dawning realisation that this is what we may have to endure for 4 more years.
A Prime Minister who thinks the privilege of leading the country (despite it being by default) is akin to slumping over the despatch box and acting like a shock jock or something from The Wright Stuff.
The term "New Politics" is certainly what we have. Never have I seen such blatant disregard for process, etiquette, or heritage of the House of Commons.
Never can I recall questions failing to go unanswered time after time.
A Prime Minister is there to lead. And when tough calls are made, to stand by and take the stick that might go with it. Instead we have abdication, blame shifting and downright mistruths to dodge the tricky questions that come Tweedlecam's way time after time.
I ask the question. Are you proud that Tweedlecam is the figurehead of our country? Are his family proud to see a red faced man acting in the least Prime Ministerial fashion in recollection? Are his parents proud to see him dodge question after question as the nation face the burden of his austerity measures day in day out without any sense of responsibility or compassion from their unelected leader?
It's certainly new politics. But is it what was promised, is it what we want, and is it something to be proud of?