All the major parties have now held their general meetings in the lead up to the general election at the end of April.
The two big left leaning parties, which have governed Iceland for the last four years, recently elected new chairs.
Now Iceland's longest sitting party chairman is that of the Progressive Party, Sigmundur Davíð Gunnlaugsson, who has been in the position for just over two years.
He is not only the longest serving chairman, but by far the smartest.
He and his party, the Progressive Party, is the only one which wants to keep the króna—forever and ever.
His party wants to cut taxes and let the government spend much more, the banks to write off loans for those who bought apartments and fancy cars before the economy collapsed four and a half years ago.
He must be the Messiah we have been waiting for two millennia.
He will, if the polls are right, be our next foreign minister. The second highest office in the government.
Páll Stefánsson - email@example.com