TOM, I'M STANDINGIN THE TOWN SQUARE
WHERE THE WAR RALLYHAS BEEN GOING ON
FOR AN INCREDIBLE87 HOURS.
THE CROWD STILL APPEARS TOSPLIT RIGHT DOWN THE MIDDLE.
HALF SUPPORT COUNTRY MUSIC ANDTHE OTHER HALF ROCK N' ROLL.
LET'S LISTEN IN.
AND NOW WE'D LIKE TO BRING OUTA COUPLE OF VERY SPECIAL
SOUTH PARK STUDENTS
WHO DID A REPORT ONWHAT THE FOUNDING FATHERS
WOULD HAVE TO SAYABOUT THE WAR.
( applause )
( all )BOO !
FOR YOU PEOPLE WHO STILLTHINK WAR IS THE ANSWER,
PERHAPS YOU CAN LISTEN TOTHE VOICES OF THE CHILDREN.
UH, WE DIDN'T DO IT.
WE DIDN'T DOOUR HOMEWORK.
BOYS ! YOU WERE SUPPOSEDTO COME UP HERE
AND TELL EVERYONE ABOUTTHE FOUNDING FATHERS !
WELL, FIRST WE LOSTONE STUDY PARTNER
WHEN CARTMAN PUT HIMSELFIN THE HOSPITAL,
AND THEN THEYTOOK KENNY AWAY.
AND THEN KYLE FORGOT TOSET HIS CLOCK AHEAD
FOR DAYLIGHT SAVINGSAND WE COULDN'T FIND ANYTHING
IN THE HISTORY BOOKSABOUT IRAQ AND--
THAT'S BECAUSETHE FOUNDING FATHERS
WOULD HAVE SUPPORTEDTHE WAR !
THE FOUNDING FATHERS WOULDHAVE PROTESTED LIKE US !
ROCK N' ROLL !
RABBLE ! RABBLE !RABBLE !...
SUPPORT COUNTRY PROTEST ROCK N ROLL
Stan and Kyle didn't prepare their presentation.
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