Reacting in petulant anger over the release of classified terrorist documents, President Obama has threatened to scrap plans to construct a $1B embassy outside of London and instead build it in Argentina.
The threat has significant impact on the failing economy of the 16 member EU coalition, as an Irish Development Firm owns the land South West of London, and had already begun to let contracts to Irish firms.
The US state department had already acknowledged that the exorbitant expense would do little to stimulate the US economy, as most, if not all workers on the five year project would be coming from EU countries.
That Obama appears serious in his threats was confirmed when he announced that he was sending Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to meet with the Botox Diva, Argentina's President Christina Fernandez de Kirchner to negotiate land leases, concession stands, Obama Memorabilia, and a new oil trade agreement once the UN awarded the Falklands to Argentina.
Obama said he was confident Clinton could work out a deal with Christina without any bloodshed. "Hell, she saved Ireland,didn't she," he said pompously.
According to UN sources, Obama has directed that the US take no sides in the Falklands controversy which now makes two former allies Obama has alienated in the last two weeks while cuddling up and bowing down to Banana Republics and conducting "Prayer Rug and Foot Bath" Diplomacy according to his growing list of critics.
Obama has gone nuclear against Toyota, the recent blitzkrieg involving the unleashing of the FBI to confiscate business records from Toyota Suppliers as he seeks to cement the resurgence of Government Motors, (GM) and Chrysler which Obama now controls along side corrupt US Unions.
Independent, profitable Ford Motor Company execs now fear they could be next as they are the last US car company not under government control, which explains their profitability.
The new embassy, reportedly 12 stories, and made exclusively of recycled plastic water bottles shaped into glass like blocks, was to be surrounded by a 30 foot heated moat stocked with Piranhas. Only this week there was talk of relocating the 'killer ' whale Tilikum from Orlando, Fl. after he took another victim, making his total now three, and the "ideal deterrent' according to fellow whale, Homeland Security Chief Janet "big sis" Napalatano.
Tilikum's trainers are fighting the possible action in court, blaming the deaths on a 'poor childhood' as the 12,000 lb. beast was left orphaned at birth, and has spent his last 30 years being tormented in a 10,000 gallon pool and being forced to eat small dead fish and artificial pellets imported from China.
The pellets, also sold as dog food in the US, have been linked to over 13,000 fatal dog attacks by Pit Bulls, especially in NY, Chicago, Detroit, Baltimore and Washington, DC.
Meanwhile Irish politicians are scrambling to recover from the possibility
they could lose the lucrative building contract as their country struggles to recover from massive debt and looming disaster.
Local Stone Mason Contractor Fergus McCarthy, who had just been notified he had been awarded the contract to lay over 10 million glass blocks on a cost plus contract was devastated at the possible loss.
"Just when I thought I was on the road to recovery, they plunge me back into debt....BASTARDS!"
McCarthy said he had already contracted for $7m in bamboo scaffolding from a holding company in Thailand, including Thai workers to erect it for his masons who had recently been retrained in the new art under a government grant.
Press Secretary Robert Gibbs said the President's threat and impending action, was to show countries like Argentina, Venezuela, Bolivia, and Columbia, that Obama was willing to negotiate in good will, and reopen 'friendly' negotiations with "like minded leaders."
Gibbs again denied, to repeated questions, that Obama only planned to be a one term president before stepping up to his next goal, President of the European and South American Union, (ESAU) an organization not yet formed, but assured to be formed due to recent economic developments.
Gordon Brown was said to be unavailable to comment after a recent unfortunate accident when an aide bringing him the news inadvertently tripped and slammed his face into the PM's clenched fist.