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by OPOVV, ©2020

Victims of the Khmer Rouge, Wikimedia Commons, public domain

(Oct. 9, 2020) — “Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow” (2:38)

“Good evening, ladies and gentlemen, and welcome to The Pulse of the Nation,’ the place to hear it here first. And speaking of hearing the news first, back on February 13, 2020*, we reported that the Chinese coronavirus ‘could even be a biological weapon.’ A couple of days later, on the 19th**, we reported, ‘Now to my next point: biological warfare. It would be remiss not to mention the coronavirus and speculate on whether or not its release was intentional and if the Chinese have an antidote/vaccine for it already*.’

“The nucleus of the ‘Pulse’ family is gathered at the General‘s house to celebrate Columbus Day so as not to get the Illinois Storm Troopers after us, we’re calling it a ‘protest.’ What do you say we take advantage of the gathering and go around and ask who they’re going to vote for and why, starting with Madam Shylock.”

“Hello, Roving, I had no idea what a nice house the General had. I guess being a General pays pretty good.”

“Excuse me, but I couldn’t help but eavesdrop.”

“Oh, hello, General. What a nice house you have.”

“And I owe it all to never drinking alcohol and wasting half my life sitting on a bar stool, in case you wondered how I could afford such a nice house. The General’s pay helped, I must admit, but the real secret was not to dream about success but to actually do it.”

“Well-said, General. Roving was about to ask me who I’m going to vote for and why.”

“Well, it’s simple: I’m voting for Trump because he supports the military.”

“I’m voting for him because he’s behind law and order.”

“Me? Because I don’t want my suburban neighborhood bulldozed to be replaced by concrete apartments, as Nicolae Ceausescu did in Romania: transformed quaint peaceful villages into concrete jungles.”

“I’m voting for Trump-Pence because I want my kids to grow up free and not in some landfill such as what Venezuela turned into.”

“I’d rather not be forced to eat my neighbor’s dog or my cat.”

“Since I’m on a fixed income, I’m afraid of inflation.”

“I want our country to remain energy independent.”

“I believe in our Constitution.”

“May I make a comment?”

“Please do, Professor Zorkophsky.”

“All this talk about Socialism is nothing but a bunch of hot air.”

“How so?”

“Because the United States will skip Socialism and go straight to Communism, that’s why. Don’t pass ‘Go’; don’t collect $200 and go straight to jail, or to a ‘reeducation camp’; a work camp; a Gulag; death camp; or a concentration camp.’”

“By any other name.”

“If Biden gets in, the United States is over forever; it is that simple and that obvious.”

“That bad?”

“People selling out for a sense of superiority, something that the Khmer Rouge had in spades. Ask the General; he was over there.”

“That so, General? I mean, is it the dichotomy between the Dems and those who believe in the Constitution?”

“That’s it in a nutshell, Roving. The ignorant vs. the enlightened; the left-behinds vs. those reaching for the stars; the non-believers and envious vs. the disciplined and calm; the short-circuited vs. the ability to flourish; those with abbreviated attention spans vs. those who can conceptually visualize the end game where chaos reigns; where nihilism is the religion of the mob: night after night of ANTIFA and BLM goons destroying for the sake of soiling their own cage.”

“And when that last window is broken? The last building burned to the ground, what then?”

“Then they come after you and me.”

“And after we’re gone, then what?”

“Then they turn on themselves: who is more ‘deserving,’ just as the Khmer Rouge acted in Cambodia: The Lord of the Flies on a nationwide scale; the end of civilization; the end of the Beacon of Hope; the end of the memory of freedom; the end of our country, which is why I’m voting for Trump: to make sure none of the above ever happens, that’s why.”

“Good answer and on behalf of the crew I’ll be wishing you all a goodnight: Goodnight.

“Good show; thanks. Burger time: my treat.”

[*February 13, 2020.]


Kicks” (2:32)


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