Let me explain.
I shamelessly borrow this term from “South Park Conservative,” which was coined by Andrew Sullivan and later popularized by Brian Anderson.
In an interview with National Review Online, Anderson describes the phenomenon thusly:
It loosely refers to an anti-liberal or an iconoclastic right-of-center type: someone who may not be traditionally conservative when it comes to things like censorship or popular culture or even on some social issues but who wants nothing to do with the dour, PC, and elitist Left.
As Trey Parker, [South Park’s] co-creator, put it: “We hate liberals more than conservatives, and we hate them.”
I think that zeitgeist pretty much describes my political bearings these days. I don’t consider myself a conservative (South Park Conservative or otherwise). In fact, on most, issues, I’d comfortably describe myself as “progressive.” I have little fondness for those on the Right, be they George W. Bush, Karl Rove, Pat Buchanan, the Christian Right, the wingnuts who currently run the ZOA, or the hardline Jewish settlers who cling to the dream of a “Greater Israel” and reject the need for—and justice of—a two-state solution.
But, I find that I have even less patience for the pious Left: The ones who say that there is no anti-semitism on the Left by virtue of the fact that Leftists are incapable of anti-semitism; the ones who wrap themselves in the banner of philo-semitism, claiming that they seek to eradicate Zionism to save the Jewish soul; the ones who contextualize anti-semitism in the Arab world, saying that it is the inevitable response to Israeli predations; the ones who, in the name of anti-imperialism, make common cause with Middle Eastern dictators and Islamist extremists.
So, yeah, I’m a South Park Zionist. And I’m pretty comfortable with that.