View Full Version : The Emperor Goes To Britain
11/17/2003, 05:51 PM
Just wondering how the Brits out there feel about our fearless leader's trip tomorrow.
My understanding is that there's gonna be a great deal of protests, but naturally our freedom-loving leader has done his best to avoid them or shut them down. Since he's so correct in his rush to war, it's amazing that he cannot face criticism from his justified position, no?
Just one more year, hopefully, and this will all be over.
11/19/2003, 02:02 AM
Well GW Bush can come and go where he wishes as far as I'm concerned.
However I'm not so happy about having to pay $8,000,000 out of my taxes to provide security. *shakes head*
There has to be something better to do with $8,000,000 ....
11/19/2003, 10:21 AM
It would buy a lot of League kits...
11/19/2003, 11:30 AM
I just think the demands were ludicrous, such as his desire to make the Queen "terror-proof" Buckingham Palace just for his, what, three of four days there? And his need for roadblocks in certain areas to avoid protesters. Seriously, he's so incredibly self-righteous, yet he backs down from any hint of criticism. It's pitiful.
Well he's gone now, but what's this I hear about the French president coming for a visit?
Are we going to end up paying for him aswell? (well as far as I know he's much more laid back, and was GW calling him a coward or something at the begining of the year?)
And what did GW do when he was here? I think I remember something about going to Africa.
Or did I just dream all this?
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