CODE YELLOW CHEESE
Top 10 reasons that George W. Bush wants to go to the moon.
10 - Because it is the perfect example of how life would be if all his policies were carried out with no breathable air, no drinkable water, and not a single tree standing.
9 - There is nobody there to complain about the dumping of nuclear waste.
8 - He could really strut in that weaker gravity.
7 - Half the people would always be in the dark (oh wait, that is already happening on this planet).
6 - He could drive a golf ball really far. "Now watch this drive."
5 - He thought the moon was one big massive coke ball.
4 - All the animals are already extinct so he wouldn't have to hear all this talk about environmental protection or global warming.
3 - No cops to pull you over if you're driving drunk.
2 - He wouldn't have to see (or hear) those damn protesters and liberals. Of course he doesn't have to now with the creation of those 'free speech' zones.
And the #1 reason Bush Jr. wants to go to the moon–
He thought it would be easier to find weapons of mass destruction on the barren surface.
©2004 Attila Gyenis
Note: My original number 1 reason was: because he thought it was one giant coke ball. But I didn't want to be mean spirited so I changed it. For all we know, he isn't even blowing coke anymore. It probably isn't any less either. So it goes. If only he was a pot head, he would be attacking a Twinkies factory instead of Iraq.
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