OT -- Illegal Canadians



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Snippy Bobkins

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Manitoba (Canada) Herald

27 June 2006

The flood of American liberals sneaking across the border into Canada
has intensified in the past week, sparking calls for increased patrols
to stop the illegal immigration. The actions of President Bush are
prompting the exodus among left-leaning citizens who fear they'll soon
be required to hunt, pray, and agree with Bill O'Reilly.

Canadian border farmers say it's not uncommon to see dozens of sociology
professors, animal-rights activists and Unitarians crossing their fields
at night.

"I went out to milk the cows the other day, and there was a Hollywood
producer huddled in the barn," said Manitoba farmer Red Greenfield,
whose acreage borders North Dakota. The producer was cold, exhausted and
hungry. "He asked me if I could spare a latte and some free-range
chicken. When I said I didn't have any, he left. Didn't even get a
chance to show him my screenplay, eh?"

In an effort to stop the illegal aliens, Greenfield erected higher
fences, but the liberals scaled them. So he tried installing speakers
that blare Rush Limbaugh across the fields. "Not real effective," he
said. "The liberals still got through, and Rush annoyed the cows so much
they wouldn't give milk."

Officials are particularly concerned about smugglers who meet liberals
near the Canadian border, pack them into Volvo station wagons, drive
them across the border and leave them to fend for themselves.

"A lot of these people are not prepared for rugged conditions," an
Ontario border patrolman said. "I found one carload without a drop of
drinking water. "They did have a nice little Napa Valley cabernet,
though."

When liberals are caught, they're sent back across the border, often
wailing loudly that they fear retribution from conservatives. Rumors
have been circulating about the Bush administration establishing
re-education camps in which liberals will be forced to drink domestic beer
and watch
NASCAR races.

In recent days, liberals have turned to sometimes-ingenious ways of
crossing the border. Some have taken to posing as senior citizens on bus
trips to buy cheap Canadian prescription drugs. After catching a
half-dozen young vegans disguised in powdered wigs, Canadian immigration
authorities began stopping buses and quizzing the supposed
senior-citizen passengers on Perry Como and Rosemary Clooney hits to
prove they were alive in the '50s.

"If they can't identify the accordion player on The Lawrence Welk Show,
we get suspicious about their age," an official said.

Canadian citizens have complained that the illegal immigrants are
creating an organic-broccoli shortage and renting all the good Susan
Sarandon movies. "I feel sorry for American liberals, but the Canadian
economy just can't support them," an Ottawa resident said. "How many
art-history majors does one country need?"

In an effort to ease tensions between the United States and Canada, Vice
President **** Cheney met with the Canadian ambassador and pledged that
the administration would take steps to reassure liberals, a source close
to Cheney said. We're going to have some Peter, Paul & Mary concerts.
And we might put some endangered species on postage stamps. The
President is determined to reach out," he said.


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Snippy
 
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B. Lafferty

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Old but still funny.
"Snippy Bobkins" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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> Manitoba (Canada) Herald
>
> 27 June 2006
>
> The flood of American liberals sneaking across the border into Canada
> has intensified in the past week, sparking calls for increased patrols
> to stop the illegal immigration. The actions of President Bush are
> prompting the exodus among left-leaning citizens who fear they'll soon
> be required to hunt, pray, and agree with Bill O'Reilly.
>
> Canadian border farmers say it's not uncommon to see dozens of sociology
> professors, animal-rights activists and Unitarians crossing their fields
> at night.
>
> "I went out to milk the cows the other day, and there was a Hollywood
> producer huddled in the barn," said Manitoba farmer Red Greenfield,
> whose acreage borders North Dakota. The producer was cold, exhausted and
> hungry. "He asked me if I could spare a latte and some free-range
> chicken. When I said I didn't have any, he left. Didn't even get a
> chance to show him my screenplay, eh?"
>
> In an effort to stop the illegal aliens, Greenfield erected higher
> fences, but the liberals scaled them. So he tried installing speakers
> that blare Rush Limbaugh across the fields. "Not real effective," he
> said. "The liberals still got through, and Rush annoyed the cows so much
> they wouldn't give milk."
>
> Officials are particularly concerned about smugglers who meet liberals
> near the Canadian border, pack them into Volvo station wagons, drive
> them across the border and leave them to fend for themselves.
>
> "A lot of these people are not prepared for rugged conditions," an
> Ontario border patrolman said. "I found one carload without a drop of
> drinking water. "They did have a nice little Napa Valley cabernet,
> though."
>
> When liberals are caught, they're sent back across the border, often
> wailing loudly that they fear retribution from conservatives. Rumors
> have been circulating about the Bush administration establishing
> re-education camps in which liberals will be forced to drink domestic beer
> and watch
> NASCAR races.
>
> In recent days, liberals have turned to sometimes-ingenious ways of
> crossing the border. Some have taken to posing as senior citizens on bus
> trips to buy cheap Canadian prescription drugs. After catching a
> half-dozen young vegans disguised in powdered wigs, Canadian immigration
> authorities began stopping buses and quizzing the supposed
> senior-citizen passengers on Perry Como and Rosemary Clooney hits to
> prove they were alive in the '50s.
>
> "If they can't identify the accordion player on The Lawrence Welk Show,
> we get suspicious about their age," an official said.
>
> Canadian citizens have complained that the illegal immigrants are
> creating an organic-broccoli shortage and renting all the good Susan
> Sarandon movies. "I feel sorry for American liberals, but the Canadian
> economy just can't support them," an Ottawa resident said. "How many
> art-history majors does one country need?"
>
> In an effort to ease tensions between the United States and Canada, Vice
> President **** Cheney met with the Canadian ambassador and pledged that
> the administration would take steps to reassure liberals, a source close
> to Cheney said. We're going to have some Peter, Paul & Mary concerts.
> And we might put some endangered species on postage stamps. The
> President is determined to reach out," he said.
>
>
> --
> Snippy
>
 
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Snippy Bobkins

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"B. Lafferty" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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> Old but still funny.


Preachers are always the last to know, especially when it comes to Internet
humour. If it weren't for the dirty jokes my brother sends me, I'd never
get any.
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Snippy the Bobkins
 
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B. Lafferty

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"Snippy Bobkins" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:[email protected]
> "B. Lafferty" <[email protected]> wrote in message
> news:[email protected]
>> Old but still funny.

>
> Preachers are always the last to know, especially when it comes to
> Internet humour. If it weren't for the dirty jokes my brother sends me,
> I'd never get any.
> --
> Snippy the Bobkins


Wasn't it your wife who was complaining about not getting any? ;-)
 

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