Once voters decide that a party leader is not the person they want to see in Downing Street, nothing that the party does or says will make much difference.
Surely, it Gordon that she is referring to?
I fear that in Mr Cameron's case, they may reach that point – however pleasant and "nice" they find him as a man. Is he too indecisive, too lacking in resolve or conviction, not made of the right stuff to cope with the economic crisis.
Her point is similar to the one that Simon Schama made during that imaginary telephone conversation.
Is this view is cutting through down at The Voters’ Arm? If it is, then we will get five more years of Gordon Brown.