US President Barack Obama today sent a resoundingly strong message of support to beleaguered UK Prime Minister Gordon Brown.
The President delivered his address with an unprecedented dance routine, as he told Brown:
"Now if you feel that you can't go on, because all your hopes are done, and your life is filled with lots of confusion, and you're happiness is little more than an illusion...Don't fret Gordon. Just look over your shoulder. And I'll be there, to love and comfort you, but not in a gay way because Michelle would go apeshit. I'll be there with a love that will see you through. I'll be there, you can always count on me."
Prime Minister Brown was said to be touched by such a Motown orientated message of support. He responded by telling the US President:
"You know that there ain't no mountain high enough, ain't no valley wide enough, ain't no river deep enough, to keep me from being buddies with you," in a dour Scottish accent.
Marvin Gaye is turning in his grave.
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