UK TV news says Queen is forging bonds in US trip

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Thursday, 3 May 2007

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London - (Ass Mess): A major UK news broadcaster has stunned the Metropolitan Police Fraud and Serious Crime office after it announced that the purpose of Queen Elizabeth's daft six days visit to see George Bush is 'forging bonds'.

"The Queen's programme is aimed at forging bonds in the US and focusing on share futures" their website said today, triggering speculation that the UK public service broadcaster might have insider knowledge of a fake Treasury bonds operation that Old Fatty Mountbatten is running in partnership with Karl Rove's office in time for Bush retirement next year.

The last the Old Fatty forged any Treasury bonds was when George Bush Mk #1 was on the US throne and needed a few bob to see him by on his retirement after getting booted out of office after four grim years that were supposed to be the Reagan Administration's proverbial 'icing on the cake'.

"The only cake ever to emerge from that wacko family is yellowcake," one DC insider commented today, in a grim reminder of the WMD nonsense that the Bush family seems to have such a bee in the bonnet about.

Nevertheless CIA minders will be pretty vigilant for the next six days and should notice any signs of forgery in the royal enclosure.

As previously reported the royal party will be subject to the usual wiretaps, covert surveillance, bugs and listening devices planted on their persons (Fed-speak for underpants)so any suspicious activities of a forging nature should be picked up pretty quickly.

As a last resort they may even be frisked by Department of Homeland Insecurity officials before being allowed back on the plane before going home.

"These state visits, they're such a pain the ass," said a diplomatic source today.

"We'd much prefer a more modern approach like a virtual state visit on the internet. Then there'd be a lot less hype and enforced overtime for the guys on patrol."

Prince Philip is certifiable.

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