Yup, he's done it again. George Galloway is back, having won a by-election in Bradford of all places.
The usual people are all frothing at the mouth, calling him an opportunist and worse.
He also beat a Muslim candidate who should have comfortably won as he was for the party who had comfortably held the seat until George Galloway announced that he will stand.
But all this is still good news.
Not only is George Galloway a man of conviction, the other parties have failed us.
The Tories and their lapdop the LibDems are currently hard at work cutting up the choiciest parts of the UK to sell off to their friends on the cheap (who said there was no corruption in the UK? they just get smart and legalise it) and the Labour party failed its voters with its policies.
In all of this George Galloway is probably a good thing to have in politics (but it will be his constituents who will decide if he is worth it), but he is one man, who cant really make a difference in the bigger picture - he can just spit into the storm all heroically.
The question remains, who represents us? It's not Labour, they have shown that in the past. It's not the tories, and the Lib Dems are a disgrace.
Is democracy failing us?