Heads of State: let’s quit with the formalities

This evening, the BBC’s ticker informed its readers that President George was giving a warning to Iran.

President George

I think it’s quite nice that we’re done with the formalities of politics. He almost sounds like a hurricane, which some would argue is accurate: unfathomable power leaving nothing but destruction in its wake.

From now on, we should refer to all our leaders in this way: President George, Prime Minister Gordon, France’s duo of President Nicolas and Prime Minister Fran├žois), Germany’s Chancellor Angela, Prime Minister Stephen of Canada and China’s General Tso. (This last one was a red herring: China’s leader is actually President Hu.)

By Dan on 28 August, 2007 · Posted in Government

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Jon says:

Curious George might be more effective at warning Iran…

Posted on August 28th, 2007