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Topics: Downing Street

Thursday, 18 January 2007

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Brown (right) to take over Downing street; the guy in the picture can't believe it!

"Labour must admit Iraq errors, say ministers Acknowledgement may come when Brown takes over."

This Guardian report identified numerous sources itching to get back at Blair's transformation of the once pro-peace Labour Party into a clone of the Bush war machine. Undisputed genius of persuasion G(Genius) W(Wunderkind) Bush who holds some unidentified post in the US Government "managed to cast his brilliant spell over our boy, Tony": was all Sir Sonny Pockedmarkedbottom, Minister of Silly Walks could say. "But, how is it that US delivery boys are now taking over Downing Street?!"

Sir Sonny was clearly referring to the news that Brown, United Parcels advertising handle, had managed to be named Prime Minister. Sir Pockedmarkedbottom, in disbelief, reminded his countrymen that the sun never sets on the royal crown. "Cola king or not" UPS CEO Oeospu spewed,"We're no soft drink. Brown's corporate offices are in more capitals than your union jack!".

When Sir Sonny studied the numbers he realized that Brown could deliver Royal Crown around the world so efficiently that his stock in these two yank corporations would more than compensate for his British welfare state taxes and he wondered out loud if the union jack might look fair upon a Brown field...

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