Britain Thinks We’re Wankers


With much of the worst criticism aimed at the US administration, the poll showed that 70 percent of Britons like Americans a lot or a little.

[Bush] fared significantly worse, with just one percent rating him a "great leader" against 77 percent who deemed him a "pretty poor" or "terrible" leader…

In answer to other questions, a majority of the Britons questions described Americans as uncaring, divided by class, awash in violent crime, vulgar, preoccupied with money, ignorant of the outside world, racially divided, uncultured and in the most overwhelming result (90 percent of respondents) dominated by big business.
Uh—too many of us, yes, in some places (see previous), yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, and yes.

To prove we are not wankers, a spokesperson for the American Embassy said, “We question the judgment of anyone who asserts the world would be a better place with Saddam still terrorizing his own nation and threatening people well beyond Iraq's borders," and that the Embassy bears “some of the blame for not successfully communicating America's extraordinary dynamism,” but “frankly, so do you (the British press).” Now that’s what I call some effective tactical strategery.

The anonymous spokesperson then shot a brown-skinned beggar and took a dump in front of Parliament, screaming, “Take that, Norway!” and wiping his arse with a $100 bill.

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