. . . as he recites "one nation, indivisible, with Liberty and Justice for all." Porky was smart enough to realize that when a phrase is inserted BETWEEN "one nation" and "indivisible," you've just divided your country into Red States and Blue States and nullified your whole Pledge with weak-minded, mealy-mouthed Double Speak. When Porky agreed to star in OLD GLORY, he made it clear that he would have no truck with the Sons and Daughters of High Treason Traitors, who were ramming their Fascist "My way or the highway!" phrases and mottoes onto our coins, into our pledge, and up our flag poles. Brazenly trying to claim with straight faces that their blasphemies setting our Founding Fathers spinning in their graves and pitting American against mind-snatched American were actually innocuous anti-Red code words, they succeeded in branding nearly every forehead with the Mark of the Beast. But NOT Porky's Noggin. In this Warner Bros. animated short OLD GLORY, Porky sticks to his "one nation, indivisible" guns. Beware of those dividing America today, no matter their pretext. As soon as you give in to their bogus premises, you're lost. They define and refine that "innocent" starting point until Satan himself can't distinguish it from Porky Pig.