Thursday, October 15, 2009

South Park Spoofs ACORN

In an episode sure to upset liberal Democrats nationwide, South Park has spoofed the organization largely responsible for the destruction of America, as well as the election of Barack Hussein Obama (which to a large extent go hand in hand).

ACORN has come under fire from the right-minded people of America for many (alleged) moral and legal violations, including everything from voter registration fraud to advice on tax evasion and the importing and prostituting of illegal underage girls.

Now the ever-controversial cartoon has taken a bold step, given their liberal surroundings on Comedy Central. Known for their hard-hitting commentary on modern politics, South Park pulls no punches as it portrays one of its eight year-old characters named "Butters" as a "pimp" who is looking for a location where he can operate his "kissing company."

Warning: Some language may be considered harsh, you may want to hide the kids.

14 comments:

Amusing Bunni said...

This vid is hilarious. I love south park. I need to see if they are free on youtube or hulu or somewhere (I don't have cable). Thanks for the squirrel pic, I had not seen before, And I will post him with a cool link soon. BTW when I first posted the video this AM , it had a different soundtrack...it was by that heavy metal group...I think Disturbed???...I should know this. but the refrain is "Let the bodies hit the floor, .....repeat.....yell! I mean it fit PERFECTLY..that's why I wrote crank it up! Now, I don't know what is there, probably a violation of service thing pulled the soundtrack.
Anyway, I"ll check out the DK's

Soloman said...

Bunni - click the 'info' button on the video I posted, they say that you can watch complete episodes. I just followed the link to a full video of the episode this clip came from.

'Bodies hit the floor' makes much more sense.. now I understand..

j summ said...

do you really want any of these bitch asses in the kitchen making your pie?

The Conservative Lady said...

The only thing...I didn't know the people working at ACORN wore suits and ties to work.

Soloman said...

j summ... not sure I follow you.. ?

Soloman said...

TCL - funny, that's one of the first things I thought.

However, it is a parody, so I guess they're entitled to some 'artistic freedoms?"

j summ said...

it's what cartman tells his mom on southpark-get your bitch ass in the kitchen and make me some pie! would you want any of butter's girls cooking for you, or the acorn people?

Steve: The Lightning Man said...

Would ya' believe I graduated high school wearing a Dead Kennedys t-shirt under my cap & gown?

Opus #6 said...

Many young people watch this show, and the references get them curious. Maybe they will be out googling and learning about ACORN today. Maybe even my college-dorm son...

Dr. Dave said...

What I really love about South Park is that they shots at both sides, whenever they're wrong. There's a lot to learn from them.

Soloman said...

j summ - thanks for the info... I have not watched full episodes in so long, I'm guessing Cartman didn't used to say it quite as boldly as he does now?

I'm definitely familiar with "Go make me some Turkey Pot Pie" and "Yeah, I want cheesy poofs!"

Either way.. thanks for visiting.. and however it's happening, you're driving a lot of traffic to by site - awesome!

Soloman said...

Steve - yeah, I would indeed believe that! That fits you perfectly - although like my old high school shirts, I'll bet that shirt doesn't anymore?? lol..

I saw them in 1982 at a theater that held about 1200 people, and there were about 500 in attendance... Jello Biafria kicked some guy in the head who was stage diving but got tangled in his mic cord.

There went my interest in the DK's... even a punk like me knew that was uncool..

Soloman said...

Opus - you're right.. college kids and 20-somethings love South Park, and maybe it will get a good message out. We can only hope..

BTW - did you find your ping page on Technorati? I went and signed up a couple weeks ago, and now I can't find anything about me there.

Soloman said...

Dr. Dave - I love that they're equal opportunity ridicule'ers (like my new word?) and we can only hope some youth learn from them.

Rumors are that they're Libertarian, which is quite something in an entertainment world filled with leftist loons..