Washington DC - (Associated Mess): In a keynote address to the Senate yesterday, the head of the global organised crime cartel a.k.a. President George Bush Junior warned that he and the Bush Administration at Number 10 Downing Street in London were "still working together in the War Against Terra" following prime-time televised broadcasts of his White House predecessor Bill Clinton schmoozing with Tony Blair at the Labour Party Conference in Manchester yesterday.
"I want the American people to know it ain't over yet", he said.
"People shouldn't forget there's still an enemy out there that wants to do harm to the United States.
"And that enema is me", Bush told the assembled White House Press Corpse.
The Republican-led Senate immediately approved the President's latest legislation in the narcotics turf war with the Taleban by voting to continue torturing rival gangs of the Non-Aligned Drugs Barons Movement which recently met at their annual summit in Havana, Cuba.
The President took no prisoners in his latest tirade against unfair trading practices that the Bush Family Evil Empire have always branded as uncompetitive and contrary to the spirit of the World Trade Organization's clearly demarkated combatancy lines.
Standing next to Senate Majority Leader Bill Frisked, Bush stressed the need to increase his capacity to interrogate high-value detainees who had repeatedly refused to align themselves to his Skull 'N' Bones-dominated trading cartel:
"This time next year, Blair may be gone and some whipper-snapping wannabbee jerk callin' the shots in our out-reach office in Yuurope", he warned.
"The forseeable consequences could be veyr, very bad."
Later, in a televised interview, Senator Frisked told the news anchorman that the continued suspension of habeas corpus and gagging of classified evidence against terror suspects will remain a key policy of the Bush Administration because there is nobody with the balls in Capitol Hill who will oppose this novel trading policy.
But this ensured a 100% conviction rate - a success rate which is "the envy of jurisprudence the world over."
Later in the day, House Speaker Dennis Hastert,[ R-Ill.] was quick to bolster the President's words of wisdom by reminding the American electorate that: "the same terrorists who plan to harm innocent Americans and their freedom worldwide should be coddled" and allowed to bankroll other members of the Bush Family Evil Empire in the November 2008 White House elections.
But these remarks were met with customary derision by seasoned old Dem campaigners on the Hill who rallied their supporters by reminding the public that: "an unshakable commitment to catching, convicting and punishing terrorist members of the Bush Dynasty" was an integral Democratic Party official policy.
More developments are expected at the weekend.