We acted to get Philip Davies the Reader's Representative prize at the Spectator's Parliamentarian of the Year Awards for his freedom-loving credentials, and were successful. Yet the 'guest of honour' (pfft) dishing out the gongs is at the opposite end of the political scale.
Davies earned his award for listening to the public and acting on their behalf, as we were all brought up to believe is a parliamentarian's purpose. Clegg is famous for being an illiberal moron who doesn't give a shit about what you think.
How ironic that Davies's principled liberal stance on the EU, smoking bans, and alcohol prohibition should gain him plaudits, only to be confronted on award night by a grinning idiot - wielding power - who seems to think being liberal is opposing personal liberty at every turn.
Irony is thick as treacle in that picture.
The restraint of our Phil, eh? The rest of us would have struggled not to lamp the pillock.
UPDATE: Just realised that I didn't add a caption for the picture, anyone care to provide one?