Right-wing newspapers haven't exactly hidden their feelings about Labour, but with the election a day away, they've decided to stop beating about the bush.
Here's the front page of Wednesday's Sun.
And here's what the Mail has to say.
The broadsheets are joining in too. The Times leads on Miliband trying to "con his way" into No. 10.
The paper also endorses David Cameron in its leader column – ideally with a Tory majority, but if not in a renewed coalition with the Lib Dems. A Labour-SNP alliance, it says, "would tear at the heart of the Union and unpick hard-won gains since the recession".