It seemed like only a few minutes after the younger Miliband, Ed, had snatched the leadership of the Labour Party from David, the elder, that the shit began to fly.
BBC political commentator and long time Tory boy, Nick Robinson, could hardly breath in his rush to be the first to proclaim that Ed was only elected because of the Trade Union vote.
So much for the Cameron and Osborne mantra, "we are all in this together." The Tories and their supporters already have played their trump card. Then suggesting that David will not work with Ed and attempting to create a family rift. Let's sew the seeds of doubt, crucify Ed before he gets to work. Distasteful tactics, worthy of Lord Mandelsohn and Tony Blair, of which more later.
Nick could not have heard, the other Nick, Clegg, preach to his LibDem conference, "don't exagerate the problems, give us time, let it all settle down."
Nick, he of the BBC, was soon joined by the odious Baroness Warsi. This "lady", the Chairperson of the Conservative Party, who issued election leaflets against the gay and homosexual community and who was egged by Muslims for her support of the war in Afghanistan, declared that younger brother Ed, did not have the support of Labour MP's in the election thus planting the seed of the Conservative attack to come towards Ed.
The well known Conservative supporter, Adam Boulton of Sky, echoed the mantra. The unions elected him, he must be in their pockets, the Labour Party has gone left wing. Adam, we know that you are still shaking after the famous Alistair Campbell mauling but, please, can you use a little objectivity. You have plenty of time to discredit the younger Miliband, just smile, rub your hands together and think, "this is going to be fun."
As for David, long time favourite to win, why did he lose. Maybe because he was supported by Blair and Mandelsohn?
Someone else, not supported by Blair or Mandelsohn, must be smiling broadly tonight. Yes, it is our ex Glorious Leader, the Right Honourable Gordon Brown, MP, patron of Ed Balls and the victorious Miliband.
Smile? Did you see Gordon, grinning from ear to ear. So sweet.