Last week in Washington, Tony Blair met President George Bush to endorse the launch of the President's memoirs in a bid to recapture flagging polls. Tony Blair told an expectant audience that his son Leo helped out America's President with the illustrations but denied rumours that George had Leo put in the naughty corner at the Oval Office for using his favourite crayon.
Britain's Prime Minister then left for a meeting with eBay to discuss a new special section regarding the sale of Peerages.
The President launches his memoir series with: God and I but plans for Where God goes wrong and its release are still being discussed with the publishers at the time of writing. The series up to date will finish off with Tehran or Bust co-written with Vice President Dick "Duck" Cheney who it is rumoured can use a pencil.
The proceeds from the sales will go to the White House Republican advisory group, Project to Buy More Crayons, who plan to use this windfall of $35 in promoting democracy and justice in Iraq.
George Bush tried unsuccessfully last year to favour himself better in the polls with his rock group Megaton Bullet which somewhat failed to ignite the fans with such numbers as Fiscal Policy Blues, Nukin' the night away and their finale Bohemian Grove Rhapsody left the band being booed off stage.
The UN had to finally intervene at one point when playing a gig at Guantanamo Bay, it was considered an extreme torture on the inmates and troops stationed there.
Due to this, diplomatic relations have soured further between Cuba and the US since Fidel Castro sent an envoy to the camp to ask them to turn the noise down.
President Hugo Chavez has stated that the White House formed this band to annoy him and has vowed to fight to the death if his country is invaded by American Rock Music.
President Bush however was unavailable for comment on this or his memoirs but his spokesperson Grace E. Palm promised that these memoirs will offer a rare insight into the daily working mind of America's favourite President.