Politics in Western culture is little more than a circus these days, a spectacle of lunacy that would make any sane individual scratch his head. Each day, Americans arise to bend their ears upon news stories and political initiatives that defy all logic and sensibility. And to make us chuckle at the absurdity of it all, there’s the little town of South Park, Colorado.
For years, four little boys in a town chock-full of stereotypes have been making America laugh by satirizing current events, able to show complete disregard for the fabricated rules of political correctness that shackle us. Much like the child who lacked inhibition and pointed out that the Emperor had no clothes, these boys, in their innocence and irreverence, point out how incredibly stupid it is to be either fanatical supporters of or mute witnesses to the silliness in the world around us.
Over the years, these boys have been especially critical of the entitlement of the Hollywood elite and other celebrities, but they have also successfully satirized such ambitious subjects as global warming, race relations, and religion.
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And recently, they have been an unwavering reminder that freedom of speech is our most basic and most important right, and that this right is being stripped from us in a very deliberate manner through militant political correctness and terrorism.
Read More: By William Sullivan, American Thinker