I've finally listened to Gordon Brown's speech, to the Fabian Society on Friday, directed at the middle-England, middle-class voters.
And I believe that a fair society is one where everyone who works hard and plays by the rules has a chance to fulfill their dreams, whether that’s owning a bigger house, taking a holiday abroad, buying a new car or starting a small business.
The above is what he thinks are the priorities of most of us. Yes he's serious in thinking we all want a bigger house, a holiday abroad or a new car and it hasn't crossed his radar that most folk are struggling to keep the house they have, there will be far less holidaying abroad this year due to the weak pound and, if people are buying new cars, the main reason is that their savings aren't gaining any interest.
I came across the following the other day. It's a small part of the BBC Election Night 1992 with a younger David Dimbleby and Gordon Brown. Proof if you need it that his head was up in the clouds even.
Just to remind you the tories won the 1992 election 336 seats to labours 271.