And so we're all off to the polls today and Cameron's laziness has left us with two major problems in addition to those he inherited. Firstly was his failure to push through changes after the Scots referendum that would have excluded Scots MPs from voting on English affairs - thus negating the blackmail that the SNP are now able to exert over labour. Secondly, his failure to eliminate Labour's corrupt advantage from Electoral Quotients that are way beyond the limits of any advanced democracy and worse than some banana republics.
In addition, voting fraud and intimidation are rife in certain Commonwealth population constituencies - as the case brought by four ordinary electors in Tower Hamlets has just shown. The Metropolitan Commissioner should hang his head in shame for not doing this himself - with a force of 34,000 plods at his disposal. Likewise in all the towns in which police have turned a blind eye to child sexual abuse they will almost certainly also have turned a blind eye to electoral fraud by the same community.
Registration problems will also skew the result; Michael Pinto-Duchinsky has said there are 3m folk on the rolls who should not be there and 3m missing who should be. And add to this the total cock-up over getting postal ballots out to up to a million expats after 20th April that means many who wish to vote are unable to do so..
I don't think it's an exaggeration therefore to claim this as the most corrupt election in 150 years - and one that should shame what's left of the UK in the eyes of the world.