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  • I WANT A VOTE!
  • No... The flag is... Ah-mer-ica. America is... the plum. The peach. The wah-ter-mel-on. America is... the gumdrop. The pump-kin seed. America is... tell-ah-vision.
  • Now... The cross is... Mex-i-co. Mexico is... The wal-nut. The hazel-nut. The ay-corn. Mexico is... The rain-bow. The rain-bow is... wooden. Mexico is... woo-den.
  • This scene takes place on the day of the vote, while the meeting was being held with the staff, and acutes.
  • Oh my goodness... It all makes sense now! Mexico is a walnut!
  • His voice is deep and slow and patient, and I see the words come out dark and heavy over his brittle lips when he reads. [P.135]
  • Now... The green sheep is... Can-a-da. Canada is... the fir tree. The wheat field. The cal-en-dar...
  • I can see what he's driving at. he's been saying this sort of thing for the whole six years he's been here, but I never paid him any mind, figured he was no more than a talking statue, a thing made out of bone and arthritis, rambling on and on with these goofy definitions of his that didn't make a lick of sense. [P.135]
  • No, where are you going?
  • Mexico is like a walnut; it's brown and hard and you feel it with your eye and it feels like a walnut! You're making sense, old man, a sense of your own. [P.135]
  • (Colonel Matterson continues to speak nonsense while Chief Bromden listens) [P.135]
  • I strain to see him drifting away. I strain so hard my eyes ache and I have to close them, and when I open them again, the Colonel is gone. [P.135-136]
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