This is mostly because I think Guido is hopelessly misguided and that he is both a product of, and a reason for the perpetuation of, the horrible insular world of the career politician which he claims to be attempting to destroy. Guido's blog is bad for British politics. Actually it's bad for humanity.
But it's also partly because I believed that reducing the esteem in which politicians were held was a literally impossible job, since they were already as low as they could go.
Obviously I was wrong about that but I'm still right about Guido's blog. Of course Guido has gleefully pounced on the expenses scandal, but it must be gutting for him that it was the frigging Telegraph - so Old Media it's still a broadsheet - that broke it, while Guido's 'finest' hour is an undignified squabble with the even more unlikeable Draper.