Parliament to vote on Obama's proposal: Will UK become 51st US state?

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Tuesday, 28 July 2009

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Is the sun about to set, permanently, on the British Empire?

Parliament announced today that it will vote Friday on US President Barak Obama's surprise proposal to accept the United Kingdom as the 51st state of the United States of America. Liberal MP, Ron Paul VII, told reporters gathered outside 10 Downing Street the PM, Gordon Brown, was "completely in favor of accepting Obama's offer to save Great Britain from the French dominated European Union."

If an agreement is reached between the two nations, Queen Elizabeth II is expected to abdicate her throne in favor of her son, Prince Charles. "We have no plan to be known as the last Monarch of the British Empire," said the Queen through her stooge, HRH Prince Phillip.

President Obama told, "The only problem we're running into at this point, that may slow down negotiations, is the fact that Britons apparently believe Rounders is baseball, and the American baseball commissioner refuses to recognize their peculiar sport as one belonging in professional sports."

The British game of football must also stop calling itself "football," but as most of the world knows, "It ain't football," said soccer player David Beckham. "Even I know that. And I pledge to personally escort Victoria to the cliff overlooking Blacks Beach in San Diego, and kick her nekkid, monkey ass into the sea," Beckham said. Sources close to Beckham say, "He plans to marry Ann Coulter."

"The name, the United Kingdom, will be dropped in favor of 'Limey Caroliney,'" said Paul.

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