David Cameron launched the Conservative Party election manifesto yesterday at Battersea Power Station, and pretty much confirmed what millions of voters have been suspecting for months.
If he gets elected, he won't have a clue what to do, so he'll deal with things by letting the people run the country for themselves.
Under the guise of self-determination, what 'Do Nothing' Dave is really doing is conceding that - as bad as it may be - there is no other way to deal with the recession other than the path taken by Gordon Brown.
Brown admits that grave mistakes were made, not only here, but all over the world. His methods of tackling the crisis have been copied by almost every other recession hit nation. It's what is known as making the best of a bad job.
'Do Nothing' Dave on the other hand, whilst slagging the government off from the rooftops is still unable to come up with a credible alternative, much less a more viable one.
If Labour win the election, it's going to be bad. The alternative appears to be for the great British public to run the country themselves while Cameron sits in Number Ten drinking tea and playing Scrabble with Samantha.
The plain truth of the matter is that David Cameron has given up long before he ever started. As can be evidenced by his response to a question asking what his first act would be on moving into Number Ten.
"I'll put the kettle on."
More as we get it.