Just watched a great episode of South Park.
The town decides to fight the opening of a corporate coffee shop (“Harbucks.”) After everyone gets riled up about the evils of global corporations, the kids explain that big firms are really just small businesses that served their customers really well. Those big corporations, they explain, provide us with lots of great things like cars, computers and canned soup. A simple, wonderful message to those who hate all things corporate and then go enjoy the benefits of their Angel Soft toilet tissue.
South Park represents the one creative element on TV today that doesn’t lean to the left. Here’s a great column that sums it up.