NASA - Images from the Cassini spacecraft of Saturn's moon Titan has researchers scratching their heads. Using enhanced radar imaging, a Putt-Putt golf course was discovered near the larger of the three lakes near Titan's South pole.
"The lakes we are observing on Titan appear to be in varying states of retail development, suggesting their involvement in a complex Capitalistic system akin to Earth's. This makes Titan unique among the extra-terrestrial bodies in our solar system in that it shows that God really does bless Capitalism. Even the aliens in the heavens are Capitalists," said Alex Haley who studies Cassini radar data in Pasadena.
"This opens new possibilities for space travel," said the director of budgets. "We now have sufficient hope of expanding our market if we continue to fund space research. Citizens of Earth would never have to worry about being jobless again."
Seeing that the other two lakes have no facilities interested Republican politicians who called NASA to inquire about the possibilities for creating new jobs on the moon. The Republicans now expect to solve the job shortage problem in under two weeks... something Obama couldn't do in two years.
"We're having NASA build extra rockets to transport the jobless to Saturn's moon. Producing the rocket will create more jobs as well."
Flights to Saturn's moon are planned to start next week, weather permitting.