I’m watching this dilemma with a sharp eye. I live five miles from the Canadian border in Washington State, alert for such incidents.
It seems liberal Americans are sneaking across into Canada. Patrol agents are on the alert to stop these illegal immigrants into their country.
They must pass a row of small cities which lay directly across the border before they can head into the Okanagan Valley farming lands. It’s common now for a farmer to spot a sociology professor, a global warming advocate, and even green energy proponents in their fields.
One farmer came across a tall, skinny, middle-aged man wearing a Hawaiian shirt decorated with palm trees in his barn. “Can you spare a latte, maybe a breast of a free-range chicken?” The man left in a hurry not wanting to defend his global warming position.
If border patrol agents catch one, they put them back in their electric car to accompany them back to the U.S. where they must figure out what to do when their battery dies.
“These people are just not ready for our rugged conditions,” said one border patrol lady. “I found one carload in distress because they had run out of Perrier drinking water, but did have a little wine and kale chips remaining, not enough they said to make a dent in their needs.”
Rumors are that Canadians are telling them, “If you’re caught, you may be sent back once in again in the U.S. to a re-education camp to study the Constitution and to learn how to drink Bud Light beer.”
Canadians report a shortage of organic broccoli, Barbara Streisand C.D’s. They hear a lot of complaints that they hear only BBC broadcasts and no CNN.
“I really feel for these Americans,” said one Canadian. “Our Canadian economy just can’t support any more art history or Marine biologists.”
(Author’s note: I am of Swedish descent, appreciate but can’t write good humor, but wanted to try anyway. The gist of this message is being passed along in the U.S. where everyone does enjoy starting or ending their day with a little humor. Maybe it brought a little chuckle for you.)