Skeeter: Well excuse me if...
I'm a little bit country
Randy: I'm a little bit rock n' roll!
Skeeter: I'm a little for supporting our troops.
Randy: And I'm a little for bringing them home.
Skeeter: I believe freedom isn't free.
Randy: No, but war shouldn't be our goal.
Skeeter: We must defend our country
Randy: If it means war, then we say NO.
Skeeter: Did you forget them towers in New York? Did you forget how it made you feel?
To see them towers coming down,
Were you like me? Did you think it weren't real?
Randy: I like to rock but I don't wanna rock Iraq. The only kind of rocking America should do is the kind we dance to. Yeah!!!
Skeeter: We got GPS, ICBMs, and good old fashioned lead.
We're gonna show Saddam what America means, that son of a bitch will be dead.
Randy: Why are we fighting this war?
There's a man in office we didn't vote for.
They didn't give me a choice.
War is not my voice. Yeaaaah!!

Skeeter: Hey, I'm a little bit county.
Randy: And I'm little bit rock n' roll, ah
Skeeter: I'll be the muscle of America
Randy: And me, I'll be the caring soul
Both: When you pust us together you get a nation with one goal. To thrive and prosper, with a little country and rock and roll.
Randy: Come on up here everybody!
Everybody: We're a little bit country, and we're a little bit rock n' roll
Stuart: We can be a nation that believe in war,
Mr. Mackey: And still tells the world that we don't.
Everybody: Let the flag for hypocrisy fly high from every pole
We're a little bit country, and we're a little bit rock n' roll
Randy: Well, goodnight everybody. It sure has been great bringing you a hundred episodes!
Skeeter: We want to thank our guests, the pro-war people...and the anti-war people.
Everybody: For the war, against the war, Who Cares??? One hundred episodes!

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