PLANS to do insane things like turning Swansea into a sunken lagoon have been waved through by a distracted parliament.
While the coalition government focuses on the election campaign, Wales’s National Assembly has voted to launch a space programme, trade plutonium with North Korea and to introduce breeding pairs of jaguars to the Brecon Beacons.
Maniacally laughing presiding officer Rosemary Butler said: “We’re getting away with murder, we are.
“We only sent that thing about making Swansea a tide-power hub of excellence to George Osborne for a laugh, and it ended up in his budget speech.
“The cable car thing – using a method of transport specifically designed for a gradient between three flat places – got mixed up with what is now the Trans-Snowdonia Skatepark.
“After that we went wild. We’re building a 104,000 seater stadium without access roads in mid-Powys, we’re cloning humans in abandoned mineshafts and work on the £285 billion Atlantic Tunnel has already begun.
“We send the proposals over in Welsh and they just sign them.”