US President Barack Obama yesterday outlined his plan for the United States to join the G1 group of countries, the organisation for the largest economy in the world.
The formation of the G1 organisation has come as a result of this week’s G20 summit, during which the United States has spent an annoying amount of time listening to smaller countries moan about things it has no interest in.
President Obama told the White House press room, “We will have a new logo and everything. Probably even a flag of some sort.”
“We have found that in the G20 meetings it takes a really long time to come to any sort of decision, we spent two hours yesterday morning on what to have for lunch.”
“The G8 is marginally better, but the French and Italians can still go on about inconsequential domestic issues for hours and hours.”
“However, in the G1 we fully expect to make significant global decisions in just minutes – not as the United States you understand, but as the G1 group of countries.”
G1 meetings are said to be planned for during this weekends Chicago Bears NFL match, and whilst the President is walking his daughter’s dog.
“This is one of the significant benefits of the G1, productive meetings on global issues can be held pretty much whenever the member country feels like it.” said the White House Press Secretary.
“The president had a G1 meeting in bed last night and we didn’t even know about it until this morning.”
“Iran aren’t going to like the agreements that were made, I’ll tell you that much.”
David Cameron last night made a desperate attempt to form the G2 group of countries, but was rebuffed at the gates of the White House after being mistaken for a vagrant.