This resonated with me (sorry, I forgot to get the link):
"Andrew Sullivan dubs the fans of all this cable-nurtured satire â€śSouth Park Republicansâ€ťâ€”people who â€śbelieve we need a hard-ass foreign policy and are extremely skeptical of political correctnessâ€ť but also are socially liberal on many issues, Sullivan explains. Such South Park Republicanism is a real trend among younger Americans, he observes: South Parkâ€™s typical viewer, for instance, is an advertiser-ideal 28."
I'm a bit older, but the rest may fit pretty well. By way of illustration, I support the rights of gays to marry and of women to choose freely concerning abortion. I also support a strong military and a foreign policy that does not depend on or require the permission of France or the United Nations before we take actions in our interest. So, clearly I would not be at home in either of our two tradtional political parties. But I do have a home in South Park, I suppose.Posted by Random Penseur at May 14, 2004 08:21 AM