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Thursday, 27 September 2007

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Gorgon Brown: ripped speech from an internet satirical site

Bournemouth Conference Center - (Rip-off Mess): UK Prime Monster Gorgon Brown has been outed in plagiarising his keynote Conference address from the same Clinton/Gore Administration internet spoof site that provided Tony Blair with his 'Dodgy Dossier' of Iraqi intelligence in 2002.

The material has now been sourced to clients of former US strategist and speech writer Bob Scrotum who is currently advising Mr Brown.

Downing Street branded the speech "garbage" and admitted a parody scriptwriter was responsible for the original copy.

The Tories immediately slammed the revelations as "drip-fed pap" before hurriedly excising their own keynote addresses at the Blackpool Conference next week for "borrowed material".

In his conference address Mr Brown told delegates:

"Sometimes people say I am too stupid and too damned Scottish and maybe that's true."

This rang alarm bells for speech analysts who compared it to Al Gore's 2000 Presidential nomination acceptance speech where he told US voters:

"I know I am a tosser, but the alternatives are just too grim to even think about."

And President Clinton's first inaugural speech in 1993 declared:

"There is nothing wrong with America that cannot be cured by throwing buckets of taxpayers' money at it."

On Tuesday Gorgon Brown admitted in Bournemouth:

"We've pumped £10 billion of taxpayers' dosh into the Northern Rock because if it goes down so do we."

David Cameron is sweating buckets.

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