New British Prime Minister Gordon Brown leaves London Sunday for an historic first official meeting with United States President George W. Bush. The two will have talks at Camp David, the official presidential retreat in the mountains.
Last month, Brown succeeded Tony Blair, the long time Prime Minister who was joined to Bush at the crotch. Whether or not Brown will have a mutual admiration society with the President remains to be seen.
Subjects that are suspected to be discussed include whether or not Bush prefers vaseline or KY jelly, how often the have to switch positions, and who gets to play how often in each other's pockets.
After leaving Camp David, Brown will go and address the United Nations, where a bunch of frumpty diplomats will pay no attention to him and sit quietly doing thier crossword puzzles (all the while happy that they are in civilization and not being shot or starved while living in filthy conditions in their third world homelands).
On his return to London, Brown plans on visiting with Blair and returning to him his dignity (providing that he is able to get Bush to release it).