I just came across this nice little Guardian article looking back at the booing of George Osbourne at the Olympics. That was a very interesting and telling moments possibly one of the best moments of the year. In that moment of national pride, what clearer message can you get that the country does not like his government and what it is doing? It could almost have been choreographed: as the article suggests, too, the only reason CaMoron was not similarly bood is that he was always accompanied by someone else. Had he been alone, the country’s contempt for the unelected asshole is so high that the heckling would have been deafening. As it is, the booing of Osbourne was a very telling moment, and one that should be seen as indicating the national mood.