Looking from a distance at our very unique hammy-jowled, austerity-loving millionaire PM, I am bamboozled with several thoughts and questions.
I know it's painfully obvious but David Cameron does not look like a prime minister capable of holding any real natural authority.
He has not injected the country with any degree of energy nor has the coalition offered any tangible stimulus for the whimpering economy. Simply, Cameron does not register or impress any innate assurance that should be associated with the highest office in the land.
Hasn't Britain been frightfully short-changed?
That middle England hasn't truly awoken to his sustained attacks on students, the NHS and the disabled is worrying and sad.
But with a bit of luck, perhaps his shaky coalition will come crashing down.
Yet that smarmy face of seasoned toffee. That hammy righteous Tory posturing.
The face that has the look of a toddler who can't quite believe his luck - who's got away with obscene blue murder.
And he does indeed remind me of a toddler sometimes; a toddler who's just pooped in the sand pit with impunity.
And now that the Lib Dems have publicly abandoned the charade of pleasantry, is it time for a general strike?
Where are the mass acts of civil disobedience which were discussed on strike days and at community meetings?
This Cabinet of millionaires is getting away with it on our watch.
They must be punished for the sake of the NHS, students without hope, public transport and for disabled people robbed of vital support.
So what of the fightback? Where is it?
The next NUS protest takes place on November 21. The TUC march takes place on October 20. But when a general strike?
How much more will it take before we all act a little less obediently?
The people only get the government they deserve - and we deserve much much better.