FROM NOW ON, THIS ISTHE PRO-WAR SIDE OF THE TOWN
AND THAT'S THEUNPATRIOTIC SIDE.
YEAH !THAT'S RIGHT !
HOW ABOUT WE CALL THISTHE RATIONAL SIDE OF TOWN
AND THAT THEREDNECK SIDE !
( laughter )
YOU JUST KEEP ALLYOUR FLAG BURNING
AND YOUR HIPPIE ROCK PROTESTSONGS ON YOUR SIDE OF THE TOWN !
HEY, WAIT A MINUTE.
YOUR SIDE OF TOWNHAS THE POST OFFICE.
WELL, YOUR SIDE HASTHE GROCERY STORE.
YOU CAN COME TO OUR SIDETO USE THE POST OFFICE
IF WE CAN COME TO YOUR SIDETO USE THE GROCERY STORE.
UH, CAN WE CROSS THE LINE TOTAKE OUR KIDS TO SCHOOL ?
WELL, NATURALLY YOU CANCROSS THE LINE FOR THAT,
JUST LIKE WE CAN CROSS FORHARDWARE SUPPLIES, GAS
AND PHARMACEUTICAL NEEDS.
YEAH, OKAY,YEAH, SURE.
HEY EVERYBODY, THIS ISNEVER GONNA WORK.
DON'T YOU SEE ?
ALL THIS DIVIDIN' UP THE TOWN--IT'S JUST RIDICULOUS.
WHAT WE REALLYSHOULD BE DOING
IS JUST BEATING THE HELL OUT OFEACH OTHER LIKE WE WERE.
BOY, DO I FEELLIKE A FOOL.
Dividing the Town
The pro-war side and the anti-war side fight it out.
Cartman saves the day with what he learned from his flashback.x CLOSE
The opposing sides sing their views at the rally.x CLOSE
Cartman has trouble studying his founding fathers.x CLOSE
The students partake in a walkout, protesting the war in Iraq.x CLOSE
The pro-war side and the anti-war side fight it out.x CLOSE
Cartman tries to knock himself into a flashback.x CLOSE
The mayor grants everyone the right to protest.x CLOSE
Cartman flashes back to 1776.x CLOSE
Cartman is told to deliver the Declaration of Independence to the Continental Congress.x CLOSE
Stan and Kyle are forced to give a presentation at the anti-war rally.x CLOSE