What do you think? Something like this is bound to get more of the Arizona-hating San Francisco libs interested in tighter border security.

The Wagah Border Ritual is a sort of “International political struggle” meets “Greenwich Village dinner theater” played out at a border gate. Michael Palin calls it “carefully choreographed contempt” — I think we need something similar at the US/Mexico border (the ritual at the US/Canada border would be the same, except on ice):

It’s important to remember that people attempting to cross the India/Pakistan border illegally, as entertaining as this is, are shot on sight. But we won’t tell the left that part until they’re on board with the new border show.


2 Responses to “Maybe a Theatric Border Ritual Like Pakistan and India Perform Would Get Frisco on Board With the Arizona Law”

  1. Joyanna Adams on April 28th, 2010 12:19 am

    God! That's one of the funniest things I've ever seen! I loved the handsake! What fun we could have here! We could have Danny Glover rap, and some Mexican drug lords dance…but no…drones. (sigh) Thanks for that Mr. Powers!

  2. Joe Redfield on April 28th, 2010 5:55 pm

    I never suspected Monty Python was so popular on the Indian subcontinent. But what exactly were the crowds cheering about?

Leave a Reply

You must be logged in to post a comment.