Last week I nominated our esteemed blog mascot - a booster for the TFA's Better Off Out campaign - for the readers' choice award, and many others must have followed the link and done so too if page 22 of the current Speccie is to be believed.
One early frontrunner is Conservative backbencher Philip Davies. Steve Mullins praises him as someone who 'defends us almost single-handed against the massed ranks and sanctimonious political busybodies who want to dictate what we say, do and see'. Dick Puddlecote says that Davies 'has consistently reflected the concerns of the people parliamentarians regularly forget; that is, the public they are elected to serve'. The MP for Shipley will clearly take some beating.Frontrunner is good, but there are others mentioned in the piece who are looming large. So if you haven't yet chipped in, please consider helping to put a truly liberal politician on the podium, not just for his admirable stance of demanding the public's say on the EU, but also as a reward for an unstinting and highly visible opposition to interfering health nannies this past year.
To do so, just click here and give your reasons in less than 250 words. Only want to put 20? That's fine, it's your choice. Though there's a not-too-shabby prize on offer for them what write it all nice, like.
Oh and, err, feel free to pass the link around if you're feeling saucy.