Son of Star Whores claims ownership of outer space

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Wednesday, 18 October 2006

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Sinister twist in the Whore on Terra

Washington DC - (Associated Mess): The Whore on Terra took another expected sinister twist today as US President George W Bush claimed ownership of outer space including all oil exploration and mineral mining rights on the moon.

"We reckon on huge reserves and deposits", said an aide. "All the geology reports from our specialist UK WMD story sources indicate a massive find."

The Presidential Executive Order signed today is reported to be an integral part of the revived Son of Star Whores program confirming that the Bush Administration feels an inevitable sense of impending doom: "We is determined to protect our interests in outer space and will defeat any adversary who threatens them", said a White House spokesman.

When questioned whether - purely by coincidence - the rapture-peddling Zion Oil Company had been granted any grace and favor franchising arrangements following its dismal experiences in prospecting the Golan Heights and the Dead Sea, White House aides could only look embarrased and deny press queries about the amount of equity held by the Halliburton Company in this hapless TheoCon energy scam.

The Presidential Executive Order signed this morning has stated that "the Bush Administration is committed to encouraging and facilitating a growing entrepreneurial space sector" but remained stalwart in exluding its Whore on Terra enema combatants such as Asses of Evil states like Iran. And Iowa. And just maybe Iceland...

"May the Fools Be With You".

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