It's election day in Pawnee, and Leslie (Amy Poehler) and Bobby Newport (Paul Rudd) are separated by a razor-thin margin. While everyone waits with Leslie for the race to be called, they ponder their futures, and their new opportunities.
Regularjoe: Racism, as redefined daily, is a strategic distraction from the fundamental issue causing hate, crime, murder, etc. That fundamental issue is character. Before the tearing down of businesses, statues and desecration of monuments, the left successfully tore down the elements of human character. No such thing as virtues versus vices. No common standard for human behavior exists. So we have chaos, anarchy, division, factions, working against unity, and peaceful order. There is no racism until it is engendered by one faction warring against another. We create the hate by abandoning known virtue for rampant vice. This pop peer pressure culture is devouring itself.