Carl Weissner and I made this track in 1971 during the Vietnam War before Nixon resigned his corrupt presidency. The collage shows Nixon’s customary “V” for victory salute, which was as hollow and phoney as he was, with his wife Pat behind him looking over his shoulder against a backdrop of two pots, one clean and one dirty. The opening snippet, “We like it here,” is from a duet by two out-of-tune daughters of the late, loathsome Texas oil baron H.L. Hunt. We laughed like hell when we heard it. But we couldn’t stand it, so we cut it short. Too short, come to think of it. I could use a laugh.