Jumping in front of the line, grabbing the bullhorn (from an American Cathedral VIP — a priest? — who'd said, pulling out his words with strength on every syllable, that "Believe me, George W Bush is no Christian"), I climbed the small stepladder, struggled to keep my balance, and started speaking.
"George W Bush is the worst politician in the world…" I started, borrowing a page from Winston's book. (Cheers, applause)
"George W Bush is the worst liar in the world…" (cheers, applause)
"with the EXCEPTION… of all the rest!" (perplexed silence)
"Saddam Hussein was a worse liar than Bush … the people who said that the UN could, and would, solve the entire Iraqi mess were worse liars than Bush … the people who claim that the 'peace members' motives were benevolent were worse liars than Bush … the people who said that Iraq was better off than before the war were worse liars than Bush…"
At about this time, the members of the crowd started trying to drown me out by chanting "No more war! No more war!", so I asked "how do Iraqi citizens feel about the war?" and stepped down…
Then the six of us crossed the Seine again for some well-deserved medals (beer, etc…)
It was a good day
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