So according to Labour's Sunday Slogan, their legacy is going to be a changed society, a fairer one, one in which parents needn't worry.
It's a wonder they didn't add in a Big Red Heart with "mom" in lurid purple letters, as a logo, with the promise of apple pie by the chunk for all on every alternate Monday.
What their legacy is not going to be, yawn, yawn, are marble plaques and shiny new Houses of Parliament, on which, according to Labour, its opponents are fixated, at the expense of doing something for families, mom and apple pie.
Honestly, to listen to these people, the Government is made up of a bunch of narcissistic twerps in love with the sound of their own voice, unable to run the economy or do anything for the good of the country and its inhabitants.
Not content with showing themselves up as cynical opportunists by leaping onto every bandwagon that what's his name tugs in front of their noses, they're now latching onto every whine and whinge that spews from the mouths of the ladies who lunch and their tennis instructors, adding in some gripes from their long-suffering low-grade entrepreneur husbands (the ones who pay for the tennis lessons and the lunches) and using them to add fluff to their electoral wish-list.
Next, of course, we're going to have some wrapping ourselves in the flag with some weighty pronouncements about illegal immigration and the right to slaughter birds, designed to appeal to the unreconstructed racists and assorted thugs who have a vote, too.
Oh well, as long they can keep themselves ahead in the polls, they'll be happy.