It is the duty of those of us who have been critical of candidates and parties leading up to the election, now to accept the government as we find it. As a genuine floating voter I say that the slate is wiped clean. The Tory/LibDem (not resisting the new joke that we are now a ConDemNation) coalition may work and may not but we need to let them have some time to test it.
I am pretty pleased at an extra investment in nuclear power and the cancelling of Heathrow's third runway. I was ambivalent about the identity card scheme which is now abandoned.
I am worried that cancer patients may lose their right to an appointment with a specialist within two weeks.
I am terrified that our Defence Secretary, my MP, an Atlanticist, Thatcherite, Unionist, Euro-Sceptic will want to invade Iran as soon as he's strapped his guns on.
But somehow this crash-weld of a government may just get us to a point where old-school Conservatism is prevented, by a Liberal addendum, from exercising its knee-jerk desire to make the rich richer. Genuine caring Conservatism is a rare breed but it does exist.
Come on. Impress me.