Cyclops flies to US to chat to Dubya

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Like that cnut'll be of use!

Gordon Brown is to hold talks later with President Bush at the White House about the global financial crisis.

Mr Brown will speak to the UN General Assembly in New York before heading to Washington for the meeting at 1620 local time (2120 BST).

US political leaders are continuing talks on a $700bn (£380bn) bail-out plan to revive the finance sector.

Other issues on the agenda are thought to include Iraq, Afghanistan and the situation in Georgia.

On Thursday, the Mr Brown urged world leaders not to use the financial crisis as an excuse to abandon efforts against global poverty. ..........
We-Heyy...Cyclops to the rescue!
 
#2
Gordon Brown is to hold talks later with President Bush at the White House about the global financial crisis.

Of course !! Mr. Brown knows lot about these issues, he is master creating them !! :lol: :lol:
 
#3
I read that link, and all I saw was the script for the film Dumb & Dumber ;-)?
 
#4
He was supposed to fly to meet the head of the FED - Paulson, but he snubbed Brown as he got onto the plane to the USA.

Sorting out the economic crises is no job for a Novice!
 
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bobthedog said:
Think he should fly with a few of his Al Quaeda chums, no searching their bags before they get on the plane:)
I read that he flew to America on a chartered 747 with an entourage of fewer than 50 people. Remember that next time fuel duty is increased 'to combat global warming'.

He may have been snubbed by Wall Street but he's doing better than last time when he arrived at the same time as the Pope. The Telegraph phoned the White House press office to see who would be meeting Cyclops at the airport as Dubya was busy kissing the Pope's ring. They had no idea who Gordon was and asked the Telegraph hack to spell his name. I believe Dubya frequently refers to him as 'Tony'.
 
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Ancient_Mariner said:
bobthedog said:
Think he should fly with a few of his Al Quaeda chums, no searching their bags before they get on the plane:)
I read that he flew to America on a chartered 747 with an entourage of fewer than 50 people. Remember that next time fuel duty is increased 'to combat global warming'.

He may have been snubbed by Wall Street but he's doing better than last time when he arrived at the same time as the Pope. The Telegraph phoned the White House press office to see who would be meeting Cyclops at the airport as Dubya was busy kissing the Pope's ring. They had no idea who Gordon was and asked the Telegraph hack to spell his name. I believe Dubya frequently refers to him as 'Tony'.
Yes Cyclops is full of the 'do as I tell you,not as I do' attitude.I'm sure the first class cabin of a scheduled BA flight to the US could have been reserved for the Brown entourage,with the press contingent flying in business class,or dare I say it,economy with the serfs.
 
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Le_addeur_noir said:
Ancient_Mariner said:
bobthedog said:
Think he should fly with a few of his Al Quaeda chums, no searching their bags before they get on the plane:)
I read that he flew to America on a chartered 747 with an entourage of fewer than 50 people. Remember that next time fuel duty is increased 'to combat global warming'.

He may have been snubbed by Wall Street but he's doing better than last time when he arrived at the same time as the Pope. The Telegraph phoned the White House press office to see who would be meeting Cyclops at the airport as Dubya was busy kissing the Pope's ring. They had no idea who Gordon was and asked the Telegraph hack to spell his name. I believe Dubya frequently refers to him as 'Tony'.
Yas Cyclops is full of the 'do as I tell you,not as I do' attitude.I'm sure the first class cabin of a scheduled BA flight to the US could have been reserved for the Brown entourage,with the press contingent flying in business class,or dare I say it,economy with the serfs.
But that wouldn't mark him down as Prime Minster of all the world!

I think this is a cunning plan to make the electorate think that the credit crisis emanates solely from the USA and had nothing to do with Labour's financial mis-management of the economy over the last 10 years!

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