The George W. Bush Presidential Library is currently under construction at an undisclosed location, the National Archives and Records Administration announced today. When the facility opens, its location will remain permanently secret and no visitation by the public will be allowed.
"All requests for documents and materials will be referred to the Central Intelligence Agency and the Justice Department. They aren't telling us squat," said an NARA spokesman, who spoke on the condition of anonymity.
As a concession to whining historians, a copy of "My Pet Goat," a complete set of "Hooked on Phonics" materials, and a stack of "Iron Man" comic books will be placed on permanent loan to a circuit of history museums throughout the United States.