While pundits must tender the JD(U) leader a slow clap for his sheer chutzpah – switching camps so many times does bring the very notion of ‘camps’ under the scanner – it brings unalloyed confusion to the voter. When anyone votes for Kumar’s party, who will she or he be voting for? Till yesterday, it was for those opposed to BJP. Then, it became for those supportive of BJP. On the day of voting, things may well switch again. ‘Something always turned up. That was Tom’s philosophy,’ wrote Highsmith of her anti-hero. It seems that it’s the same for BJP’s anti-anti-hero.