The recent speech by Labour Party Leader, Ed Miliband, has caused furore, outrage, annoyance and even amusement amongst some supporters.
Filled with words, sentences and on occasions, full paragraphs, the speech went on for almost an hour about loads of different things.
However, Dan Wretch, a spokesman for Simon Cowell was said to be extremely upset that Mr Miliband didn't mention his client once. In a premium rate phone call to the Daily Smut, Mr Wretch said that the leader of the opposition had a duty to remind his supporters of Mr Cowell and the enrichment that X-Factor brings not only to those seeking to become a Z-Celebrity, but also to Mr Cowell's bank account.
Fatima Gravee, spokeswoman for the Council of Muslims, Christians, Jews, Sihks, Non-believers, Infidels and Scientologists remarked that saying the conference speech "went down a bomb" did nothing to help foster understanding of the work she was trying to do. Whatever that is.
And EU commission president, José Manuel Barroso felt that the Labour Party Leader's speech was neither the time nor the place to discuss the Greek entry in the Eurovision Song Contest.
Several politicans were asked their opinion, but unfortunately they couldn't speak with us as they were on the way back to London to claim their conference expenses.