New York City
Homeland Insecurity or How I Learned to Love the Patriot Act takes place in the not too distant future, under yet another Bush Presidency, when it has been determined that the best way to prevent another terrorist attack is to quarantine all cows to prevent the sabotage of our meat supply, and to assign an armed soldier in every home.
George and Sylla Shrub are supporters of the president and welcome Sgt. Jenkins, a crackerjack marine, with open arms. Their lives not only become disrupted, but all the security precautions imposed on them by their new houseguest strain the relationship. Sylla, the more liberal of the two, begins to question the need for such protections. The domestic war that ensues in their home is no match for the national war on terror.
This outrageous comedy by Bretton B. Holmes is patriotic, politically incorrect, and guaranteed to offend someone somewhere.
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