His latest blog reckons the ConDem government has had a great couple of weeks. That's perfectly reasonable if you think that:
• cutting taxes for the rich and increasing them for pensioners is fair;
• the "cash for access" scandal was a rogue individual not systematic corruption;
• Cameron's calculated "petrol panic buying" was an acceptable way to distract from the story above;
• Pastygate. Glyn's take is ingenious - attack Greggs!:
"Now I don't know much about Greggs (in fact I'd never heard of them) and I don't like pasties anyway (unless Mrs D cooks them), but I did note that they made over £50 million profit last year. The fish and chip shops in Montgomeryshire make a lot less than that. And I might add that no-one has ever accused this son of the soil of being 'posh'."
Oh dear. Playing the populist while backing the millionaires is never going to work. More worryingly for the Tories, Glyn used to be the acceptable face of the Conservative Party in Wales, mainly because he didn't always toe the party line. But swimming in the cesspool of Westminster politics has revealed another side.