Cartman has stolen thousands of ballots from swing states in order to assure Obama's re-election all in a bid to get himself a part in the new Star Wars movie now that Disney owns the franchise.
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According to Trey Parker
, there was strong pressure from Comedy Central and even several employees of South Park Studios to create an alternate ending, as they thought that Mitt Romney
had a strong chance of winning the 2012 Presidential election. Parker did roughly plan out such an ending, which would have shown the boys deciding to let Disney keep the Star Wars franchise on the grounds that they couldn't possibly do anything worse than Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace
(1999), but ultimately decided not to animate it after he became convinced that Romney wouldn't win the election. See more
When Cartman is flying from city to city on Election Day, the screen text shows him to be in Ohio at 5:00pm CST and in Nevada at 3:00pm PST. 5 PM CST and 3 PM PST are the same time. (Not to mention that Ohio has never been on CST.) See more