David Cameron today issued a call to arms. He called out to all Conservatives and demanded that they call out for people everywhere to call for change.
Gordon Brown responded by calling for calm and his Cabinet reiterated his call by calling for coolness in the face of calls to resign.
The call has spread throughout the world.
North Korea recieved a call from China calling for compliance, whilst the UN called on the USA to call China and demand that Korea call the whole thing off.
Sri Lanka has called for aid, the world's banks have called for consumer confidence and MP's have called on the Telegraph to call it quits. The Telegraph responded by saying "Don't call us, we'll call you."
As calls circumnavigate the planet, any calls for less calls will likely be lost amongst the ever more conjested airwaves.
One man, acting alone, is calling for a call to call it a day; calling for an end to the endless calling of the furious pigeons that are fighting over audio-crumbs of stale soundbites.
Seems like a good call.