USA Inc. (the country's new corporate name) said Friday that its board and management team is weighing an unsolicited offer by one of its stockholders, Exxon-Mobil and their supporters in the Congress, to buy all of the American citizen's interests in the Alaska National Refuge for a one time lump sum of $100 an individual.
Oil executives had considered a congressional request to increase production and lower prices for consumers, but administration economists were advising their stockholders not to take action at this time as there may be more opportunity for increased profits as the Bush regime further escalates their militarism against Iran.
USA Inc. also announced last year a cash tender offer to purchase all American's outstanding Social Security shares and sell them back to them for a premium. After the offer was made, USA Inc. indicated that the company board's acceptance of the proposed tender offer depended on several conditions, including either the complete dismantling of the senior income supplement or consent to an undermining of the program by using existing funds to pay for savings accounts for younger, healthier enrollees.
Although the parks and wilderness areas have already been turned over to corporate control through Executive orders, Americans are advised that they still have financial obligations and responsibilities to the industries that rely on the resources for their survival.
Americans were also reminded today by USA Inc.'s new director, Bolten, that their citizenship rights, altered in last year's Patriot's Act, were now dependent on the level of their new 'voluntary' contributions to government. To avoid deportation, citizens were urged by USA Inc. to make their payments early and often. Volunteers to the new Imperious Guard were of course, exempt.