Are you a South Park Republican?
Update: Bill from Madison, the anti-government comment king, has his South Park character here.
Okay, I will be honest. I found this link to create your own South Park character and I had to come up with a post to have an excuse to have a picture of me as a South Park character (that's me above). So, here it goes:
The talking heads have been throwing around the term "South Park Republican" for a couple of years now. What is a South Park Republican?
The term "South Park Republican" has thus become popular among a handful of pundits to describe young Americans who interpret the show's values as being parallel to their cause. They see themselves as being more populist and far less puritanical than many other conservative groups (e.g. the religious right). Trey and Matt say they are extremely grateful for the 15 half-hours of airtime that Comedy Central annually affords them because it gives them a "bullhorn to yell at America."
The phrase, "You know? I've learned something today..." is the trademark line, used in nearly every episode, to outline the South Park solution to the current moral crisis. South Park Republicans empathize with the characters' consideration of moral guidelines in their attempts to explain their surroundings and are extremely likely to support the "children's" decisions.
Basically, it is a moderate Republican. Another article goes on to say that a South Park conservative is an average American.
Half of the voting public is Republican. They watch R rated movies, enjoy a few drinks at happy hour, and even go to the occasional Wrestlemania. Hopefully, the South Park Republicans will shatter the unfair stereotype and set the record straight. As Cartman would say, That would be pretty sweet.
This is a hard one for me. I do enjoy R rated movies, a few drinks at happy hour, and I love South Park. But I would not consider myself a moderate. So I'm up in the air. Are you a South Park Conservative? More importantly, what would you look like if you were a South Park Conservative character?