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Tuesday, 20 July 2010


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Obama's Revenge On Churchill

With David and Barack cooing to each other like demented cock-roaches during their photo-op at the White House today, calling each other by their first names as if they were bung-hole buddies from way back, all was going well. But when a reporter asked the Prime Minister about the release of Lockerbie bomber, Abdel Bassat al-Megrahi, Cameron pursed his lips and said that it was a payback for Obama throwing out the bust of Winston Churchill from the Oval Office back in 2009.

The bust of the former Prime Minister, who was once voted the greatest Briton in history, was loaned to President George W. Bush after the 9/11 attacks and enjoyed a prime place of honor in the Oval Office. However, when British officials offered to let Mr. Obama hang onto the bust for a while longer, it was "Thanks, but no thanks."

President Obama, upon hearing Cameron's explanation, rocked back on his heels, grabbed his RED PHONE from its holder and gave the order to nuke London.

Explaining later to reporters who questioned his short fuse, he mentioned that Churchill was responsible for suppressing Kenya's Mau Mau rebellion and allegedly tortured the President's grandfather, Hussein Onyango Obama.

So much for duplicitous camaraderie.

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