I'm not at all sure this isn't satiric comment by a conservative on Democratic Underground's (I refuse to link to this fever swamp of liberal nuttiness, but feel free to check it out yourself, it's democraticunderground.com) message board, but either way it's hilarious. You can almost smell the chai tea latte spattering from the guy's mouth as he froths impotently at what appears to be a ruthless lampooning of antiwar liberals in Trey Parker and Matt Stone's movie, which I can't wait to see. Here's the post:
"Okay, I laughed in some of it but overall this is a Freepers wet dream. They poke fun at liberals BIG TIME!!!Nothing against ANY rightwingers, ONLY LIBERALS!!! Liberals are the butt of the joke & are even the villians in this.Oh, & all the liberals Die a horrific death in this. TOTALLY bias! I mean, c'mon. How can they NOT have Bush puppet? I mean, he so much a charachter that needs to be mocked. This film was very mean spirited IMO. My firned said I didn't get it. That it was an extreme right wing edge to it & that was the joke. Well, I didn't get that when I saw it. TRUST ME, Freepers will call this film their own & Trey Parker & Matt Stone have sold out BIG TIME!"
Even his firned knew he didn't get it. I guess you have to be pretty obtuse not to see that the South Park creators lampoon both sides mercilessly in all that they do. Freepers are the Free Republic folks, found here, and are libertarians as far as I can tell.
Here's another one:
"The audience was filled with mostly kids but they loved watching Michael Moore blow up an American secret base. They LOVED watching Janeane Garogffalo's head get blown up. They loved watching Susan Sarandon get killed & Tim Robbins catch fire. I kept saying why don't they have Ann COulter or some Right wing celebrity in it? Sean Penn & Alec Baldwin are the ones who "Hate America" & are the villians in this along with the North Korean leader. I was angry. I mean, I can take a little good ribbing, but c'mon, lets be fair! I loved the South Park movie because they attacked both sides equally. This is a campaign commerical for George Bush!"
If you're wondering, yes, DU is filled with spelling and grammatical errors.
From Lt. Smash via Instapundit