CCN (Crazy Cal News) - Washington, D.C. - Prime Minister Tony Blair of Britain and President Bush stood together in the bright sunshine on Thursday for their last joint appearance in the Rose Garden. Mimosa tree blossoms were falling, a light Spring breeze was blowing, and there was a love song in the air. The two gazed longingly into each other's eyes, breathing passionately, as they shared a long, warm... embrace.
It was a revealing and at times an emotional scene for the two world leaders, unlikely partners - the British social liberal and the Texas conservative - who began clinging to one another even before Sept. 11, 2001.
"I just can't keep my hands off my big strong Texas hunk," said Blair.
"My Toni's a real good guy for a Brit," said Bush, "but I don't want him workin' after we git married. Too bad I couldn't convince Congress to pass gay marriage here in America. Wisdom and strength, and my family, is what I'd like for you to pray for. Toni and I want to keep are family Christian, since I am the Christian president... the War president... well, you know what I mean."
When asked if he though his marriage to Blair would be a successful one, Bush replied, "Either we'll succeed, or we won't succeed. And the definition of success as I described is sectarian violence down. Success is not no violence. Gay S&M sex can be pretty violent."