A wolf cub, orphaned by a hunter’s lucky shot, was found and raised by Quakers. He wore simple clothing, sat quietly when they met for worship, and never swore an oath. After a few years of home schooling, he was sent to Oberlin for college. Initially a popular companion, the wolf maintained acceptable grades for his species and showed great enthusiasm for Frisbee. Everything went well until one Friday near the end of the first semester when the wolf’s food bowl was unaccountably empty. Hungry and disoriented on the nearly empty campus, he killed and ate an adjunct professor of gender studies, then was himself killed by a janitor, the cousin of the hunter who had shot the wolf’s parents.
The moral is, if it weren’t for janitors wolves would eat all the liberals.