Still no Government in Cardiff Bay. Despite what some commentaters say, this is very good news. It means that neither Plaid Cymru nor the Lib Dems are willing to prop him up. Labour may try to go it alone next week - and they may succeed in the short term - but I hope and believe that the Rainbow Coalition will fuse and simply vote him out. It will be a big deal if the three parties refuse to vote for Rhodri Morgan as First Minister - but I really think this is a growing possibility. This will be hugely exciting development for Welsh politics - and quite a bit of credit will have to go to fellow blogger, Peter Black, whose political courage made the Lib-Lab pact undeliverable.
I'm not a very partisan politician, but I will rejoice when Rhodri is removed from office. I will never forgive him, or Peter Hain from bringing in the ban on dual candidacy at the Assembly election. With that one act of constitutional vandalism they showed themselves as unfit to govern. I will also rejoice if Peter is rejected in his quest to become Labour's Deputy Leader for the same reason. It is time for Rhodri Morgan to go.