Thursday, June 15, 2006

Bush on the Environment

Bush has authorized the world's largest marine reserve on a group of Hawaiian islands.

Rumor has it that Bush, who is not known as a strong environmentalist, only agreed to the plan because he thought it was a homeland security issue. "The Air Force has a reserve, and the Army has a reserve, and those reserve troops have fought well in the War on Terror. It is only fitting that the Marines should have a reserve of their own. And it should be the largest reserve in the world, which will ensure America's military domination."

Environmentalists are concerned about the fate of endangered species when the President moves the reserve to Texas for border control.


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