Washington DC: Disney Town has been operating for a long time. People from all over the world know Disneyland and Disneyworld, but Disney Town remains a quiet secret, with both wonderful and mysterious goings on.
Disney Town is made up of three collocated theme parks namely, Executive Land, Congress Land and Supreme's Land. The former two "Magic Kingdoms" are very political, employing "Dumbo" and "Eeyor" as their symbols. A "monorail" called the Metro connects the various exhibits.
Executive Land is where "High School Musical, Princesses and the Incredibles" can be seen. The monorail can be used to take visitors to see "Garfield" and the other fat cats on K Street. Sometimes "Goofy" is in overall charge of Executive Land.
Congress Land is built around legislative "fantasy adventures". This section of the park can be quite expensive and visitors are advised to keep their wallets inside their jackets at all times. "Snow White" reigns in her house. In a separate chamber "Elmer Fudd" presides over the "Pirates of the Caribbean". Lots of "Mickey Mouse" happenings occur from time to time in Congress Land.
Supreme's Land is built around Yesterday Land, Tomorrow Land and Activism Land. There is always an "Electrifying Parade" of old, revisited and new decisions. The judgments and precedents appear to be a consequence of collaborations amongst "Tinkerbell, Bugs Bunny and Donald Duck." Viewing space for the parade is limited, such that visitors need to make advanced reservation with "Aladdin."
Even with all its foibles Americans are very proud of Disney Town, having fought a revolution to get it and surely wouldn't want any changes made. Would you rather live in Saddam Land?