too low for too long !
The government tookour economy for granted
and now we are all herepaying the price !
How long will we sitand watch our economy fall...
... And so I say to you,
do not listen tothe Wall Street brokers,
for th are the ones who put usin this situation !
Fat cats with corporate greed.
They are the ones who knowinglydrove us down this pathway...
( Cartman )Where has all the money gone ?
It must havegone somewhere.
The answer is obvious,my friends.
It is the Jews--
covetous Jews,who have taken all our money
and hoarded it forthemselves,
hidden all the cashin some... secret Jew cave
that they built probablyback in the early '60s.
It is The Jews, my friends...
( Randy )Now we hear all different people
casting all differentkinds of blame
from person to person.
But the fault liesin all of you.
You, who boughtthat $300,000 house
when you only had 20,000to put down.
You, who bought that third car
even though only two peoplein your home drive.
It is time tostop pointing fingers !
Finger-pointing gets usnowhere !
We have mocked our Economy,
and now The Economy has castits vengeance upon us all.
This is the first guy toactually make sense.
Yea, it is an angryand unforgiving Economy.
To repent, we must stopfrivolous spending.
Instead of paying forcable, let us watch clouds !
Instead of buying clothes, wearbut sheets from thine beds !
Cut spending to onlythe bare essentials:
water and breadand Margaritas, yea.
Water, Bread, and Margaritas
Everyone's preaching about the financial situation, but Randy's vision of a vengeful economy seems to draw the most attention.
Stan takes his $100 check and makes an investment into South Park Bank. Annndd it's gone.x CLOSE
The people of South Park talk about the dark economic times.x CLOSE
Randy explains exactly why the economy is so bad.x CLOSE
Everyone's preaching about the financial situation, but Randy's vision of a vengeful economy seems to draw the most attention.x CLOSE
Stan tries to return the Margaritaville to Sur La Table without success.x CLOSE
Randy's speeches about the economy and personal responsibility are gaining support.x CLOSE
The Boys are reduced to playing with squirrels.x CLOSE
Stan learns that returning the Margaritaville is more difficult than he thought.x CLOSE
Randy's Economic Recovery Committee learns of a child who is speaking out against the economy.x CLOSE
The townspeople punish Garrison for needless spending, but Kyle tries to stop him from being squirreled.x CLOSE