Following the Liberal Democrat's YouTube video of Nick Clegg pledging his sincere apologies for lying to his voters, someone has made an autotune remix!
Which, just to be clear, I love.
I personally think it makes Nick Clegg look like a bit of an idiot, and a liar to boot- which, let's be honest, he has been.
A lot of people, however, see the now-viral 'Apology Song' as just another way of getting the message across that the Lib Dems have major regrets about the way that they've acted in the UK coalition. They think that the apology song is just a slightly amusing spin on a genuine apology, or they feel sorry for Mr Clegg.
But I can't take it seriously.
And no apology- sincere or insincere, remixed or not- is every really going to change that.
Clegg lied to the people who voted for him, and his party has the lost the trust of a nation- in particular students, who, partly due to his sudden change of policies, now have to pay triple the amount for higher education.
So no, Clegg, I don't accept your apology. In two years time, I will have the vote, and I now know for definite that there's one party I won't be wasting it on.
Comment below if you can take Nick Clegg's apology seriously, or just politicians in general- I'm quite distrusting of them generally, these days, so I'm probably biased. Anyway, I love getting comments (comments on my blog make my life worth living), so put your answer below!