Lame Duck and Dead Duck in video link with Sitting Duck

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Monday, 13 November 2006

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Washington DC - (Associated Mess): UK Prime Monster Tony Blair is to submit video-link evidence to the White House Strategy Taskforce - the Iraq Buddy Group - to explain the risible public detumescence of the Special Relationship that has caused a mass outbreak of Sitting Duck Syndrome among ageing warmonger puppet-masters from the 1990's Bush1 Administration.

Karl Rove's latest stroke of genius to resuscitate Bonesmen's fratman Bob Gates out of cryogenic mothballs and replace Pentagon rent-boy Donald Rumsfeldt has at least provided the world's security/intelligence services something to laugh about as they continue to roll over and play dead in the final denounement of the Iraqi Horror Picture Show.

Former CIA top honcho Gates was once famously caught red handed by NATO military Intelligence chiefs with the Taskforce's James Baker while negotiating invasion fees for Saddam's little foray into neighbouring Kuwait.

The $500 million fee was brokered by the International Bank for Deconstruction and Embezzlement after successful negotiations with Saudi Arabian envoy to the US Prince Bandar and UK Prime Monster Margaret Thatcher.

The 1% commission fees were then collected by former Tory Defence Secretary and subsequent perjury jailbird Jonathan Aitken, failed African coup-plotter Mark Thatcher and the UK's biggest ever bankrupt Kevin Maxwell.

Tomorrow's video-link testimony will be a seminal bookmark in world satire archives for those who remember and still keep the original press clippings.

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