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Port Townsend Washington Sends a Message to the Homeland

June 2, 2009

The City of Port Townsend Washington, has officially asked the Border Patrol to stop hunting Latinos and terrorists in it’s parks, churches and playgrounds.  The resolution was sent to President Obama, Norm Dicks and a few other uninterested politicians.  City officials estimate that there is approximately a 1 in 589 million chance, that anyone will read and or respond to the resolution.  Interestingly enough, the odds of the Border Patrol catching a terrorist in or near the campground restrooms at Fort Worden State Park, or inside the Port Townsend Police station?  Sorry, its classified.

Word on the streets of Port Townsend has it, that if Homeland Security really wanted to help out the area, there is something that they could do.  Set up several checkpoints in town and pull over every vehicle that has a PT sticker proudly displayed on it.  Then promptly send the occupants back to California and or the Seattle Metro area.

This would stimulate the local economy by giving locally employed locals more opportunities to…

  1. Purchase a 600 sq. foot home for less than
    600 thousand dollars
  2. Safely use the 4-way stops in Uptown and at
    Discovery/Sheridan again
  3. Enjoy the smell of “the mill.”
  4. Keep the schools open.
  5. Substantially cut down on the overabundance of baristas and massage therapists.

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  1. June 3, 2009 09:52

    We need the Police State to justify expanded Homeland Security budgets, to “Protect our Freedoms”, make us feel more safe, and to counter the desire of free people to govern themselves.

    The US Border Patrol stopped an amphibious human smuggling attempt on the N. peninsula about 10 days ago.

    3 Canadian citizens arrested:

    The Hood Canal Bridge opens soon. Wonder if the human smuggling op will justify another roadblock?


    • lens1 permalink*
      June 3, 2009 12:43

      I saw that story about the amphibious Canadians. Fortunate for us that the BP received that anonymous tip, otherwise those Canadians would be free to roam in this great land of laws and rules and stuff.

      Guess all those new agents were busy looking for Mexicans?
      Can Border Patrol agents even speak Canadian?

      I’m hoping the roadblocks re-start. I’ll be bringing the agent formerly known as Giuliano with me to explain the legal justification for checkpoints and his penchant for little girls.


  2. PNP Transistor : permalink
    October 29, 2010 12:21

    my father is a massage therapist and this is a good paying job to and the job is easy ..


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