WE CANNOT FOUND A COUNTRYBASED ON WAR !
WE CANNOT FOUND A COUNTRYTHAT IS AFRAID TO FIGHT !
RABBLE !RABBLE !
( murmuring )
OH, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN.
IT'S MR. FRANKLIN.
OH, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN.FRANKLIN, FRANKLIN.
MR. FRANKLIN, WHERE DO YOUSTAND ON THE WAR ISSUE ?
I BELIEVE THAT IF WE ARETO FORM A NEW COUNTRY
WE CANNOT BE A COUNTRY THATAPPEARS WAR-HUNGRY AND VIOLENT
TO THE RESTOF THE WORLD.
HOWEVER, WE ALSOCANNOT BE A COUNTRY
THAT APPEARS WEAK ANDUNWILLING TO FIGHT
TO THE REST OF THE WORLD.
SO, WHAT IF WEFORM A COUNTRY--
THAT APPEARSTO WANT BOTH ?
YES.YES, OF COURSE.
WE GO TO WAR.
AND PROTEST GOING TO WARAT THE SAME TIME !
IF THE PEOPLE OFOUR NEW COUNTRY
ARE ALLOWED TO DOWHATEVER THEY WISH
THEN SOME WILL SUPPORT THE WARAND SOME WILL PROTEST IT.
AND THAT MEANSTHAT AS A NATION
WE COULD GO TO WARWITH WHOMEVER WE WISHED
BUT AT THE SAME TIMEACT LIKE WE DIDN'T WANT TO.
IF WE ALLOW THE PEOPLE
TO PROTEST WHATTHE GOVERNMENT DOES,
THEN THE COUNTRY WILL BEFOREVER BLAMELESS !
IT'S LIKE HAVING YOUR CAKEAND EATING IT TOO.
THINK OF IT, AN ENTIRE NATIONFOUNDED ON SAYING ONE THING
AND DOING ANOTHER.
AND WE WILLCALL THAT COUNTRY
THE UNITED STATESOF AMERICA.
I GET IT NOW !I GET IT !
WHOA, HERE IT GOES.
I WISH I COULDGO BACK TO MY TIME.
TO MY TIME.TO-TO MY TIME.
Saying One Thing and Doing Another
Cartman learns about the origins of war protesting.
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