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It can’t be much fun for David Cameron. There he is, sitting in 10 Downing Street, counting down the days until the end of his Parliamentary term while the police file in and out to arrest his advisors.
(Don’t forget they nabbed Andy Coulson before Patrick Rock, folks!)
Now he can’t even big himself up with a self-congratulatory picture tweet without some upstart, infinitely-more-respected actor fellow sending him up instead.
Determined to boost his profile by claiming to be buddies with Barack (Obama), Cameron tweeted the following:
This is the response he got, first from comedian Rob Delaney:
… and then from acting legend Sir Patrick Stewart:
What can we surmise from this? That listening to David Cameron is akin to squeezing a tube of toothpaste into your ear? That Britain’s comedy Prime Minister is as effective a statesman as a packet of Wet Ones? What a sad day for him if this appears to be the case!
This appears to be the case.
What followed can only be described as a deluge:
Here’s one from ‘Bubba’ (@bobwiggin), highlighting the effectiveness of Cameron’s sanctions against foreign countries:
This is from Vox Political reader Ian Davies:
What did Mr Obama think of all this?
Sadly, there’s one image we’d all like to see, but it has yet to surface. Here’s how it might appear:
We live in hope.
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