I think overall Tony Blair has been a very good Prime Minister, and, as he has been elected three times, I would submit that the British people think so too.
But even I am beginning to doubt some of his more bizarre policies. He seems to have decided to grasp all the difficult nettles at the same time.
I was pleased that MPs defeated his attempt to bang up people without charge for months on end. In my view a bigger threat than terrorism, however reprehensible that is, is the danger of this country drifting towards becoming something akin to a police state - identity cards are another step on the road.
Then, Tony, perhaps as a result of his own faith, wants to allow any religious "nutter" with a bob or two in his pocket to establish their own school.
Wrong. This is where the French have got it absolutely right. I would abolish Church of England schools, I would abolish Roman Catholic schools and I would put a halt to all Muslim schools.
Schools should be entirely secular - we don't want our children growing up as bigots and I believe by heading in the opposite direction we are storing up strife for the generations which follow.
And now Tony has suddenly fallen in love with nuclear power. Do we really want to go down a line which will also result in greater destabilisation of our society?
It will be a gift to radical protesters and the environmental lobby. How do I know? Because I was once one of them.
Well, never really commited. But I did go to a big Bank Holiday demo when they first started to build the Torness station in East Lothian.
Every weirdo in Britain descended on the place.
The perimeter fence got broken down and we all piled through, holding banners high. The trouble was that, as building hadn't started - they were in the early stages of ground preparation - nobody knew what to do next.
It got a bit of publicity and we had some fun.
But, if new stations are to be built, expect that to be magnified on a huge scale into regular G8 style events. I've never liked nuclear power.
It is catastrophic when things go wrong - Three Mile Island, Windscale and Chernobyl - it produces dangerous waste which nobody wants or knows what to do with, and, if you cut out subsidies and factor in the full costs of building power stations, it results in expensive electricity.
The only thing worse is no electricity at all.
Oil and gas is running out, coal is frowned on because of global warming, and alternative energy is still relatively miniscule.
But I don't think we go far enough on things like wind power and solar panels.
Why not force every new home to have a solar energy system?
Why not offer tax breaks to every householder fortunate to have a garden to put in their own mini wind generator. Mass produce them in kit form from B&Q. Make them as common as having a garden shed.
Can coal generation be made more environmentally friendly?
Nuclear should be the last resort.