'Gordon Brown has left London for the Olympics declaring Labour will "go on and win" the next general election.'
Oh stop, it's too much. He's wasted at Number 10, I can't wait to see him on the next series of that show where Jack Dee delivers the same material he's used for the last ten years whilst introducing comics who are much better than him.
Anyhow, he went on to say:
'Paula Radcliffe will win the marathon in the 2012 Olympics, I've invented a car that makes icebergs for polar bears to live on and David Milliband is my best friend, like ever, in the whole world.'
OK he didn't really say that last bit, I might have made it up a bit. But he may as well for all the sense it makes.
Question: Is he absolutely puffin feather lined trousers mad, or really expecting us to accept the biggest lie since Jeff Archer said he invented Wednesdays?
That is the best statement seen by a government official since Comical Ali in Iraq.
Actually, Comical Ali said: "I think the British nation has never been faced with a tragedy like this fellow [Blair]." Brown said: "Labour will go on and win the next election."
Now which of those two statements carries the most credibility? It's official, Gordon Brown more deluded than Muhammad Saeed Al-Saahaf.