Subject Matter in South Park

Subject Matter In South Park

South Park has attempted to cover and satirize a large number of topics over the course of its run. In more recent years, the use of computer animation has made it possible to edit episodes in days, quickly commenting on recent events (Elián González, 2000 U.S. presidential election, the capture of Saddam Hussein, the election of Barack Obama etc.). The creators also have engendered a mix of socially liberal and fiscally conservative viewpoints, espousing a libertarian ideology in both real life and on the show. However, the show's creators call themselves "equal opportunity offenders", and reject the notion that they are trying to put forth any consistent ideological agenda through the show.

Read more about Subject Matter In South Park:  Abortion, Celebrities, Censorship, Drugs, Environmentalism and Global Warming, Homosexuality and Gay Marriage, Literature, Religion, Politics, Saddam Hussein, 9/11, The War On Terror, and The Iraq War, Other

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