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Sunday, 13 January 2008

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He'll go down a treat tomorrow

Sordid Arabia - (AssoCIAted Mess): George W Bush is to be honored in Ancient Roman fashion during his continuing tour of oil-rich Middle Eastern despotic kleptocracies.

Tomorrow Sordid Arabia is to entertain the President with a Colloseum-style hour-long multiple public lapidation of notorious felons in a show of local traditions chosen to best reflect Bush's one-time self-avowed interest in 'people getting stoned'.

After the gala event Bush will be taken on a tour of all the American-owned crude oil pipeline networks through which the kingdom's crude assets are pumped every day.

The visit could be an uncomfortable reminder of the many bitter and complex fraud lawsuits Bush lost between 1988 and 1996 after attempting to steal legal ownership of the pipeline infrastructure.

The failed litigation started when he claimed to have been married to the woman owner of the pipelines.

He repeatedly told judges that he had won ownership of them in a divorce settlement brokered in a North Korean prison.

Six senior divorce court judges found him to be lying and potentially criminally insane after the divorce papers were unmasked as a crude fraud.

Publication of the judges' comments - on particular the London jurisdiction from the Family Division's senior judge Lady Butler Schloss - will one day make the GOP's intestines spontaneously combust with horror.

Cherie Blair is a lying cow.

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