WASHINGTON - The Bush administration, under increasing pressure, has stated intentions to begin building terror detention camps on the moon. The White House has requested funding for the program starting next year.
White House spokesman Scott McClellan said, "Building detention camps on the moon is the smart way to go. We're not subject to U.S. law there; in fact, we're not subject to international law either. It's a whole other planet. Plus, this makes the president look like one of those bold adventurous guys, like that one president back in the 50's that everybody liked."
NASA officials were initially receptive of the idea, though they voiced a few concerns. "We're thrilled to hear that we will once again have a manned presence on the moon," said NASA press chief Bill Dartolo. "Although we weren't planning on it being a prison population. Razor wire and space suits might be a dangerous combination."
Several prominent American millionaires have pledged to join al Qaeda and donate millions to global terror to ensure that they make the trip to Earth's satellite.