Now some in the media are doing Labour's job for them by suggesting that the social background and alleged wealth of Messrs Cameron and Osborne render them unfit to govern.What is noteworthy, and I suppose amusing, is that these accusers are - just like Harriet Harman - pretty much as privileged and as well-off as the 'Tory toffs' whom they impugn.
On Monday night, Jeremy Paxman had a titanic clash with Boris Johnson, the Mayor of London, on BBC2's Newsnight.
Mr Paxman tried to insinuate that David Cameron and Mr Johnson, who overlapped by a year at Oxford, had enjoyed immensely rarefied existences as Old Etonians and members of the Bullingdon Club while at the university.
I do not care what background or education people have as long as they are 'fit to lead' and have the best interests of the country, the voters at their heart. I do not believe that Liebore have that agenda.
This should not be about class war, but what is best for the country and why, in other words it should be explained. We should have a chance to vote on serious issues, after all we are supposed to be a democracy, although these days it is difficult to tell.
We should not be bulldozed into uncomfortable alliances or be so dependent on other nations to the detriment of our own, this is where politics in this country is falling down.
Sadly, politics has sunk to the level of attacking personally, and not the political agenda.