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*[[Homestarloween Party]] — [[Marzipan]], while telling her part of a ghost story, says that one of the girls in the story was a [[Wikipedia:Republican Party (United States)|Republican]].
*[[Homestarloween Party]] — [[Marzipan]], while telling her part of a ghost story, says that one of the girls in the story was a [[Wikipedia:Republican Party (United States)|Republican]].
*[[The House That Gave Sucky Treats]] — [[Pom Pom]] dresses as controversial political filmmaker [[Wikipedia:Michael Moore|Michael Moore]] for [[Halloween]].
*[[The House That Gave Sucky Treats]] — [[Pom Pom]] dresses as controversial political filmmaker [[Wikipedia:Michael Moore|Michael Moore]] for [[Halloween]].
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*Email [[the show]] — [[Homestar Runner]] asks [[The Poopsmith]] if he would care to share some of his "poliktical <!--sic--> views".
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*Email [[the show]] — [[Homestar Runner]] asks [[The Poopsmith]] if he would care to share some of his "polictical<!--sic--> views".
*[[Halloween Potion-ma-jig]] — One option for Homestar Runner to earn a stirring utensil from [[Bubs]] is to do a Reagan impression; though Homestar insists it is an impression of Keanu Reagan, not president [[Wikipedia:Ronald Reagan|Ronald Reagan]]. He can also be seen doing the impression in an Easter egg. He mentions economics and Oliver Cromwell (although likely intending Oliver North).
*[[Halloween Potion-ma-jig]] — One option for Homestar Runner to earn a stirring utensil from [[Bubs]] is to do a Reagan impression; though Homestar insists it is an impression of Keanu Reagan, not president [[Wikipedia:Ronald Reagan|Ronald Reagan]]. He can also be seen doing the impression in an Easter egg. He mentions economics and Oliver Cromwell (although likely intending Oliver North).
*Email [[secret identity]] — The magazine [[Scarfgirl]] includes the topic "Is politics bad?".
*Email [[secret identity]] — The magazine [[Scarfgirl]] includes the topic "Is politics bad?".

Revision as of 04:24, 3 April 2018

"...and then the third girl was a Republican."

The Homestar Runner body of work is essentially apolitical, as The Brothers Chaps have avoided using their work to express any political views of their own. Nonetheless, there have been a few references to politics in their work, always of a politically neutral nature.

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