I don't know about you but I've lost what little interest I had in the race for the Labour leadership. Two brothers, Gordon Brown's pal, a left-left winger, a music enthusiast and Britain's first black female MP make up the list so far.
It's quite extraordinary that one of the main issues of the contest has become immigration - the subject which Labour refused to let anyone else discuss. They were right and those who wanted debate were wrong.
But now we have the Miliband brothers, Ed Balls and Andy Burnham all conceding that Labour failed to respond to the public's concern. Ed Balls has even admitted the Labour policy was damaging job prospects of unemployed British workers. I didn't hear a squeak from any of them when reports concluded that the immigration policy of the Blair/Brown years produced only a minimal economic benefit to the country.
Many immigrants were hard-working but with so many young people - estimates say around one million - on benefits and with no jobs, ways should have been found to get them into jobs first.
Andy Burnham says that during the election 'we had our fingers in our ears and our hands over our eyes' where immigration is concerned. Not only immigration Mr Burnham, the economy, and unnecessary wars are another two on a lengthy list.
For four MPs to change their stance so radically on one of the main general election issues shows me their lack of integrity. Thankfully I'm not a member of the Labour party so I don't have to decide who should be the next leader. If I did, the words 'none of the above' spring to mind.