The sovereign nation of Disneyland has graciously accepted and offer from the United States to house America's prisoners formerly held at Guantanamo bay. The first prisoner was put to work Thursday doing safety inspections for the Thunder Mountain ride. A spokesman for Disneyland stated, "we are always in favor of inexpensive labor of any kind. But this humble and gracious gesture on our part is more than that, We are doing it for the hearts and minds of the children." The spokesman then showed us his collection of children's hearts and minds.
Some of the prisoners may also be shipped overseas to work in Disneyland's many sweatshops. Disneyland has also recently done some public relations work for the Bush administration. Disneyland's leader, a large animated mouse, was unavailable for comment at the time of publication.
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