So, young man,I understand
that you and my daughterhave started a romance.
Well, uh --Well, yes, sir.
And I suppose you have a thingfor Canadian girls, huh?
Is that it?You've got maple fever?
I'm sorry, Charlotte,but I get suspicious.
It's bad enough we haveto live in America.
Now all the boyswith maple fever
are gonna want to haveat our daughter.
That's enough, Donald.Wait.
You don't want to be here?
Why would we wantto be here?
Well, you know,
'cause everything is great here,and we have cool stuff.
Canada has everything.
It's the greatest countryon Earth.
But -- so,then why did you leave?
[ Sighs ]
There were several candidatesduring the Canadian elections.
One of them was this brashasshole who just spoke his mind.
He didn't really offerany solutions.
He just said outrageous things.
We thought it was funny.
Nobody really thoughthe'd ever be president.
It was a joke.
But we just let the joke go onfor too long.
He kept gaining momentum,
and by the timewe were all ready to say,
"Okay, let's get serious now.
Who should really be president?"
He was already being sworninto office.
We weren't paying attention.
[ Objects crashing ]We weren't paying attention!
[ Sobbing hysterically ]
Geez.How bad can a president be?
If certain people want to leavethis country, then let them!
You tell those pussy homosthey can suck my balls!
But, Mr. President --
And tellthe prime minister of China
that he can suck my balls!
Oh, and Johnson --Mr. President?
Suck my balls.
Butters meets Charlotte's family and learns why the Canadians came to the United States.