But reading Saturday that conference may decide a shift in policy making, and end the current National Policy Forum to give power over policies to its members and registered supporters, this paid up Labour member has some reservations.
Watching This Week hosted by Andrew Neil Thursday singer Pauline Black was showing her support for Mr Corbyn. But I was left wondering why she is only a £3 Labour supporter and not a fully paid up member of the Labour party. Surely she could afford to pay the slightly higher rate?
But Black like many other affiliated party supporters, who may have a say on Labour policy in the future, is not really a Labour suppporter. She as good as said she is only supporting the party under Corbyn's leadership; she was openly hostile to veteran Labour MP, Alan Johnson, my constituency MP, who was also on the show.
Like many Corbynites she viewed Johnson as a 'Blairite' and that is used as a derogatory term; non-Corbyn supporters tend to be called 'blue Labour'. (That infers the person is really a Conservative)
So would I be happy for £3 supporeters to have a big say in Labour policies? No I would not.
There is democracy and then there is stupidity.
The Tories will hold their party conference after Labour and they will be on the attack.
How Mr Corbyn and Labour perform at conference could have an impact on Tory austerity and plans and 2016 elections.
If Labour look rag taggle the Tories will lap it up.
Mr Corbyn was not my choice for Labour leader but as a member of the party he gets my support. BBC News reports;
The [policy making overhaul] announcement is to be made by Angela Eagle, the current chair of Labour's Policy Forum, and would be the first official step to a way of opening up politics, they add.
Tell us what we don't know; it is not rocket science is it?