More substantially, Emmanuel at IPEzone (yes, that bugger's till running) lays out some proper reasons for why he'd back the Lib Dems if he was the sort of stout British yeoman who was allowed to do such things. Jamie Kenny provides some reasoning for the more jaded amongst you. And for those who just can't get enough of Clegg, he provides some amusing (if rather oblique) speculations about life in the liberal corner of the European Parliament.
 Information Landmine, insofar as its possible to speak of such an entity, does not toe any particular political party line. Me, I'm a confused liberal, and so a natural member of the Lib Dem ranks.
 Although I think it's safe to say that we all want to see George Osborne beaten with sticks.
 Much of this confusion is temporal. Am I a 19th century liberal? A New Dealer? A modern bleeding heart type? Obviously I'd like to think of myself as a "classic" but, Deadwood fantasies aside, I'd really rather not go bck to the 19th century.
 On the subject, why do libertarians get so hung up about Deadwood as a libertarian ideal? There was no government, you goddamn morons. That's not libertarianism, that's anarchism. Libertarianism was what was happening outside in the rest of the United States, with George Hirst and all that bad shit. And his speeches about the wonders of capitalism to a man he goes on to have killed are meant to show that, you know, he's kind of a hypocrite. One of these days I'm going to sit down and write a big blog post about that.
 I'm sure none of you can wait.