Guess the so called drive by media missed this, or were told not to print this so had to go across the pond to find the info on another faux pas for more Bushism's.. this guy needs to be kept on a short leash or not let out in public. FYI Peyton was on the list of dignitaries who attended this dinner, guess he will be another poster child for George. For someone who would like to be king, he does not understand the protocols associated with the crown. Don't wink at the queen.. where is Gomezcat or Mike the Brit on this one?? http://www.thisislondon.co.uk/news/...HER gaffe as he winks at the Queen/article.do When you've just made it sound like the Queen is more than 200 years old, there may be a few ways of recovering from the gaffe. But turning to her and giving her a sly wink is probably not included in any book of royal etiquette. Stumbling over his words, he came perilously close to suggesting that the monarch had toured the States in 1776. And although the President's following wink was initially rewarded with a regal glare, the Queen did at least seem to see the funny side of the blunder. After the blunder the President paused and turned to the Queen to acknowledge his gaffe, joking that she "gave me a look that only a mother could give a child." Ripples of laughter echoed around those gathered at the event and the President laughed off the mistake and continued his speech.