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Topics: NASA, Oil, Mars

Wednesday, 28 May 2008

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Fourth Planet Crude trades in the Future's Market as a Bush-Cheney Subsidiary

The Bush administration has been rebuffed in its every attempt to rip into the earth and even the bottom of the sea in search of the black gold that has obsessed its every top official from W through Cheney to even former oil company legal eagle, Bush's wife, Condie Rice. Oil has made the corrupt gang that couldn't dig straight first rich and then the laughingstock and unforgivable disgrace of the entire world.

That must be what gave rise to the Bush plan to drill for oil on Mars. The Phoenix Lander was photographed by the Mars Reconnaissance Observer parachuting toward the surface of the Red Planet. Later footage shows the Lander feverishly excavating in the Martian soil. The latest photos show the erection of an oil well with a geyser of black gold spurting toward the Martian sky.

Bush administration energy department spokesperson, Ray P'erth denied reports of a wildcat oil well on Mars:" First of all, nothing connected to Bush has been able to stay erect for years now. The idea of a gusher is patently absurd! And even if we did apply for a patent on something called Fourth Planet Crude, everyone knows it's Iraqi oil we would kill for..." Thespoof.crud reporter Queen Mudder has been acknowledged as first to spot the bubbling crude...oil that is... .

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