There really needs to be a part two to this short story. We need to know if Canadians will be banned, if pets will be eaten, if massive corruption will be exonerated, thus ensuring the status quo. It ends like a guillotine. Hey, wait a minute, I'm not done with that!
While this is mostly a farce, and a review of current political climes extant today, it does have a measure of potential, that all is not as large and bad as it seems in the mirror. This is not a Heinleinian take on politics. This is closer to the Civil Rights movement of the 1960s, in the way it feels. One of the disenfranchised has decided to take on the establishment, even if the odds are stacked to a ridiculous degree against. There is hope and salvation in the made attempt.
I don't think you have to be a political junkie to enjoy this story. And maybe if you take your politics far too seriously for your own good, this may not be for you. But if you want a small taste of why so many do not want to have anything to do with politics, this will be an interesting read for you.
I didn't give it 5 stars because it needs as Paul Harvey would say, "The rest...of the story."