The electorate has spoken. Labour's abysmal showing at the euro polls is the voters' damning verdict on Gordon Brown's Labour government. Brown now has not the slightest moral right to continue in government without an election.
Gordon may just imagine that he's 'sticking with the people at their time of need' but the people want to make their own choice about who sticks with them. And it's not Gordon. Gordon may imagine that it's Labour's 'duty to ensure that people act fairly and responsibly' but the British people are quite aware of their own duties and need no lessons from Gordon. Gordon may imagine that 15.3% of votes is a 'test of our character, a test of the government and a test of our beliefs' but 15.3% means Labour have failed the test, and it's time to leave the exam room and think about a career in Macdonalds.
Above all the arrogance of Brown's deluded self-deceit that he can govern the nation in spite of the wishes of the British public, against their clear message of 'GO!', brings us into dangerous constitutional waters. Will it take three millions of voters tearing the gates from Downing Street before a helicopter carries him to exile and political death?
I appeal to all Labour party members to act to prevent a crisis that will damage our nation forever. Gordon must go. Now.