First there was the end of 42 days. Then the end of Smith's proposals for secret courts. 'Jerky' Balls then tried to slip the abolition of SATS past the Commons with a smokescreen of prolix Statespeak. Then the Olympics farce got an extra £95m but we can't mention this because it's Boris' baby. And that fraudulent old manpussy Mandelson got to play dressing-up with his venal chums.
Any other week and the rage of the nation would have been apparent, but Brown's halo effect is casting its baleful protection over his corrupt and bankrupt administration.
I repeat. The LSE bounceback and the reduction of the libor by a fiftieth of one percent - yes, by 0.02% - is a breathing space, not a reprieve. We relax at our peril. There's still far too much debt to be deflated in the system for lending to get back to 2007 levels and all the other underlying weaknesses in our national infrastructure are still there.
Argentina could walk into Stanley tomorrow and there's not a damn thing we could do about it because Brown has pissed away £80bn a year on non-pension Welfare payments and only invested £20bn a year in our armed forces. We can't even send a minesweeper to deal with a bunch of ragged-arsed Somali pirates any more, even if the Navy was allowed to act by a government terrified of infringing the pirates' 'human rights'. Our food and goods now have to make the journey around the coast of Africa instead of cutting through Suez.
The government's record is one of abject failure in every single area of public policy. It's Cameron's job to point this out. I wish he'd do it.