Speaking at a rehab clinic in Amsterdam today the right honorable David Cameron accepted the sponsorship of beverage giant Coca Cola for his upcoming bid to unseat Gordon Brown as Prime Minister of the UK.
The scheme was in direct response to Brown's campaign 'What can Brown do to you' and his world known sponsor UPS with which Brown has guaranteed to deliver promises overnight.
Wearing a 'It's the real thing' hat and singing the catchy ditty surrounded by Amsterdam's most accomplished pole dancers Cameron paused to speak on behalf of all the benefits of Coke, ecstasy, and his personal favorite dope. "We are in a new age of debauchery and the old limitations of Victorian Past must be undressed."
The location selected as a leg of the campaign trail seemed dubious if nothing else until it was learned that Amsterdam is where most Brits in parliament begin their arduous campaigns.
The rehab center chosen for the event is Europe's version of Vegas and is well known for catering to b list celebrities who have yet to learn how to behave badly in order to get their careers going.
Cameron is on the record for questioning the harsh sentence restrictions for recreational drug use and his campaign is centered on the taxation possibilities for legalized use.
We stand ashamed that when writing articles about Cameron and his 'silver spoon' we thought it had to do with Gerber baby food.