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Preston Hollow, Texas declared National Disaster Area, International Law-Free Zone on same day

Preston Hollow - a very rich North Dallas Texas neighborhood - has today been declared both a National Disaster Area and a International Law-Free Zone. And, for the same reason: America's beloved president George W. Bush has bought a house there. An aerial picture of the shabby estate is here; better hire Hank Hill to take care of that lawn. It's only on 1.13 acres, which is probably smaller than one of Martha Stewart's abatoirs. The purchase price was a minor princely $2.07 million, and it abuts a 20 acre property belonging to the owner of the Texas Rangers. Due to a special arrangement between the CFR and the U.N., the entire 1.13 acre spread is a law-free zone, so Bush can't be held accountable for his actions. The servants quarters are 896 square feet, enough to house up to 896 "willing workers" from Mexico.