Sadly, he deleted the blog a while ago, presumably because his superiors told him he was buggering things up for the rest of the wooden-topped clowns in SW1.
However, a few paras of his political optimism still survives from 2008.
Being fed up with commenters stating that the smoking ban was the thin end of a very nasty wedge, his response is historic testament to how low dictatorial and brain-washed politicians have since sunk.
But the Department of Health recently held a consultation on whether the smoking ban should be extended into people’s private vehicles and homes. Now, I know this caused a great deal of perfectly understandable outrage among a lot of people. So let me make this clear: the government will not, under any circumstances, legislate to stop people smoking in private. It would be a crazy move and, believe it or not, ministers are not crazy people - they’re politicians and they recognise political realities.
And if they did attempt to legislate in this direction, I would risk the wrath of those who don’t believe Scottish MPs should vote on English matters by voting against it.
But as I say, I won’t need to, because it’s not going to happen.Fast forward to 2013 and ...
Smoking should be banned in cars carrying children, says England's public health minister.
At the Local Government Association's annual public health conference, Ms Soubry said: "I think it is something we should at least consider as government."Meanwhile, at PMQs yesterday, no less ...
At Prime Minister's Questions Mr Cameron was urged by Labour's Ian Mearns to go 'a significant step further and introduce a ban on smoking when children are present in vehicles'.
Mr Cameron replied: 'We should look carefully at what the you and others have said.
'We are looking across the piece at all the issues, including whether we should follow the Australians with the ban on packaging and what more we can to do to restrict smoking in public places.
'There has been a real health advance from some of the measures that have been taken.
'We must consider each one and work out whether there is a real public health benefit, but you make a good point.'So there you have it. The Prime Minister, and another minister, talking about plans by government to legislate against people smoking in private.
Yup, ticks all the boxes. Therefore, Harris's Law proves that ministers are - indeed - crazy people.