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The Libertarian Lessons of South Park: How Ron Paul, Gary Johnson & South Park...




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"South Park Republican"

"South Park Republican" was a term that first circulated in blogs and articles on the Internet between the years circa 2001 and 2002, used to describe what some modern commentators describe as a "new wave" or generation of young adults and teenagers who hold center-right political beliefs that are, in general, aligned with those portrayed in the popular American animated television program South Park. The phrase was coined by commentator Andrew Sullivan in 2001.[1]

South Park co-creator Trey Parker is actually a registered member of the Libertarian Party.[2] Fellow co-creator Matt Stone sums up their views with the comment "I hate conservatives, but I really fucking hate liberals."[3]

Continued at: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/South_Park_Republican

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I don't recall if it was Matt or Trey that stated...

"I hate conservatives, but I really f***ing hate liberals", but the show is true to that statement.

The show is brilliant, minus a few weak episodes a season.

"Villains wear many masks, but none as dangerous as the mask of virtue." - Washington Irvin