And how magnificently they have used them; what an absolutely superb job they've done in that time. Brilliant.
Every single road in Wales is now in perfect condition. Investment in infrastructure has meant that it is possible to travel quickly and efficient by road, rail or air across the entire country.
Crime figures have fallen precipitously. No-one needs to lock their homes or their cars any more, and violent assault is just a distant memory. There is a policeman on every street corner, and on every village green, but much of their day is spent playing soccer with local kids.
Although beer and wine are cheaper than virtually any other country in the world, sensible licensing laws and intelligent community policing have meant that every pub and club is a civilised haven. Visitors from France and Italy are frequently amazed at the calm ambience and intelligent conversation to be found at any bar or cafe.
Employment is, and has been for some time, at fractionally under 100%. Only one man is rumoured to be jobless at the time of writing, and that apparently because he resigned from his job to spend more time enjoying the incredible public facilities on offer throughout the land.
A generation of Welsh children is growing up, preparing to dominate the world stage, thanks to the superb education they have received. Virtually all private schools have shut down, unable to match the excellence of the state sector's offering.
How does CF know all of this? Well, he doesn't. But it must be the case, surely?
Unless everything important, everything described above and more, had been successfully dealt with, surely the Welsh Assembly wouldn't have got together yesterday to debate, and then vote upon, whether or not the undoubtedly ecstatically happy population could use electronic training collars on cats and dogs?
That's exactly what they did, yesterday. We can only assume that absolutely everything else has been efficiently dealt with.
And unless the Assembly had achieved all of its aims, and had no more important matters left to debate, surely the two Government parties wouldn't refuse to enter the Senedd Building for a debate today, just because they'd have to cross a picket line of striking civil servants?
Because that's what they're doing today.
Yes, truly, everything in Wales must be perfect.
For fucks sake.