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Barrack & Gordon: The love affair ends.

According to this in the Grauniad, the love affair between McSnotty & Barrack is well and truly over. How bad is well, well over an Barrack is refusing to give it one more go.
Gordon Brown lurched from being hailed as a global statesman to intense embarrassment tonight, after it emerged US President Barack Obama had turned down no fewer than five requests from Downing Street to hold a bilateral meeting at the United Nations in New York or at the G20 summit starting in Pittsburgh today.
Oh for fucks sake, has the mad PM Gordon got no pride what so ever. Its like some teen love affair that having ended, the person being dumped can not get it into their head that its all over, that the other person has moved on and makes a complete tit in poor attempts to "meet up".

Gordon is rebuffed not once, not twice but a whole five times.

You can imagine it, Gordon pleading, whining like some love struck 14 year old for his calls to be returned only to be told - in diplomatic language I am sure - to fuck the fuck off.

Gordon who's behavior has come in for some scrutiny of late with reports that he is taking lots of happy pills:
A blog posted by the journalist John Ward on his website notbornyesterday.org suggests that the PM may be in worse health than the public realise. He claims there are signs the PM is taking powerful drugs to control both depression and obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD).
MAOIs - which stands for Mono Amine Oxidase Inhibitors - are generally a last line of treatment for major depression, when other anti-depressant drugs have failed. They can also be very effective in treating OCD. But they are potentially extremely dangerous. If the patient eats or drinks the wrong thing, they can result in death – hence the PM's "long list of forbidden foods".

No doubt a mobile met a violent end at McSnotty's hands with each rejection by Barrack. He is paying the price over Libya and the Lockerbie bomber.

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