I on the other hand don't care who wins it if it ain't a Ferrari driver as long as it's not one of the Mclaren drivers.
TBH, if Webber wins on his own accord, beating Vettel in what must be the highest pressure situation he ever experienced in F1, I would be just as happy as with Alonso winning it (well, almost ;) ). I don't agree with everything he says or entirely how he handled himself at RB, but he really DOES work in a difficult environment there with wunderkind Vettel as the teams favourite, and overall he did himself proud, perfomance-wise in any case.
Mclaren have made me hate them more this year after Germany and Button can't seem to keep his mouth shut about it. I wish they develop another dog next year.