Gov. Schwarzenegger agreed today to sell California to a syndicate of Western Native American Indians Tribes for $24 in glass beads.
The deal was finalized after the Mexican government pulled out of the negotiations after the Governor rejected the Mexican's governments offer of seven singing midget brothers from Mexico City for California and part of the state of Arizona.
The governor rejected the Mexican offer because, "there is nothing here in California to make them stay, and they could easily sneak back across the border anyway. In the end, this was the best deal I could get for the people of California"
Chief Saddleback, the CEO of the consortium of Western Native American Tribes, thanked the Governor for his assistance and commented on what a hard bargin he drove. Saddleback then reminded Schwarzenegger that he needed to egress to the Reservation of Los Angeles before nightfall.