But these guys (don't panic: the site won't be working until tomorrow) have a better idea: they're going to try to 'crowdsource' tomorrow's budget. Let everyone, experts and laymen, have their say.
They plan to get everyone involved, via the interweb, in what sad techies like to call 'real time'. To get as many eyes and brains onto the subject as possible, and to gather all the output, expert and foolish, biased and honest, in one place.
Tory Jeremy Hunt explains it all here. Yes, he's an eeevil Tory, and CF ain't necessarily into all that, but equally, who else has the cash (and/or the cojones) to try this?
It might all be hijacked by Bevanite Ellie and all the other tedious, teenage, nothing-better-to-do, I-once-met-John-Prescott Labour activists. Or it might be hacked out of existence, like the 'Cash Gordon' effort was.
On the other hand, it might work, and let us unpick Broon 'n' Darlin's filthy lies while the ink is still wet.
It might let us see through the fibs, and realise that the bribes are all smoke and mirrors.
Let's give it a go, eh?