When was the last time you felt your plumber deserved a place in government? That's my reaction to work in my little bathroom, coupled with what we're being fed by Brexiteers pushing for votes for next month's 'election'.
|Washed up .... The bathroom walls are stripped for action.|
|The plumber predicts .... Dimitru says four hours.|
|And as promised .... Four hours later, the change has happened. No excuses, no delays, no ruses.|
And, to borrow a cliche'd expression, you know what, he removed the sixties' basin, bath and toilet, and installed a smart new basin, bath and toilet, and he did it in four hours.
What have we heard from the Brexiteers? I feel sure you'll be pleased if I don't repeat some of the astonishing claims, or refer to the huge text on the side of a certain bus.
Never a deviating notion
But I will say that good old, well, young, Mr Dinu offered his claim and then stuck to it.
And he made a very neat job of it, very workmanlike, with not an excuse, and never a deviating notion like let's vote on it. I have to say that Mr Dinu's word seems utterly reliable. He says what he means. There are no tricks going on.
What a treat is to have this very generous treatment from my homeland after the deceit of that poisonous trial and its appalling aftermath. And what a breathe of fresh air from a man not at all worried, being not at all devious, by what he says. Mr Dinu for president!