Bad news for Labour supporters but good news for the mechanic who gets paid to modify the suspension on Ken Clarke's Government car as it looks as though David Cameron and the Conservatives are going to get their grubby little hands on the keys to number 10.
The whole election thing was all a bit of an anti-climax really as nobody gained enough votes to rule outright and it all comes down to backroom deals to see who can get the 326 seats needed to make a Government.
The Liberal Democrats support tanked to 4 seats less although they actually got more votes than last time and the Labour Party shed almost 100 seats to finish a long way behind the posh boy's party.
As much as i wouldn't like to see a Conservative party back in power to continue the great sell off that they began last time, a deal that would see the much more central Lib Dem's sharing power would actually suit me.
The Iraq war lost any chance of me voting Labour until the instigators such as Brown and Straw are well away from the scene of their crime and the Libs would temper any manic right wing intentions the Conservatives held.
I'm quite content with that and it would be highly unfair if the Labour and Liberal parties, who came 2nd and 3rd, stitched it up between them when the voters obviously didn't think either was good enough to win the thing.
A weakened Conservative Party in power with Vince Cable, an actual economist in charge of the economy, fancy that, and Ken Clarke the Foreign Secretary i can swallow.
Hopefully, five years on, Labour will have purged itself of the morons who have been running it and we can have our Labour Party back again.