Keir has already highlighted how Wales is going to be hit a lot harder than most parts of the country by the new Conservative government's cuts.
Since Keir's post, other commentators have agreed. Economists have also added their weight to the argument.
Because of this, there is no more important time for Wales to be represented properly at the front line of politics.
So, the Coalition government appointed Cheryl Gillan as Welsh Secretary. Regular readers will know Keir's thoughts on that. Not the best start.
Hell, but even Mrs. Gillan was bright enough to agree with Keir's analysis.
So now we enter Conference season. A great time for the Welsh Conservatives to meet, discuss Wales and try to push for greater emphasis on protecting Wales from the cuts. An ideal moment for Mrs. Gillan to hear from the Welsh Conservatives who care about the direction in which Wales will be sent. A chance for her to let senior Welsh Tories contribute to a sensible debate where Wales could be shielded from the potential disastrous effects of the coalition.
Oh, wait.... instead, they do this. Failed East of England PPC Iain Dale, chairs the meeting with the English-constituency-MP-cum-Welsh-Secretary and the English leader of the Welsh Conservatives.
Labour's next Shadow Welsh Secretary has one hell of a job because these lot don't have a clue. And we need people like Huw Irranca-Davies on the front bench, fighting this motley crew who will do nothing to stop the axe from coming crashing down on Wales.
The spirit of Glyndwr is going to be needed in the House of Commons.
Wonder if Iain Dale even knows who that is?