Shortly, Team America: World Police will be in theatres. I’ve seen some trailers and found them to be very amusing. One trailer showing Kim Jong Il singing “I’m So Lonely” (where “lonely” is more like “rone-ry”) was very funny.
Now, since this . . . um, movie? cartoon? puppet show? . . . deals with current events, it has to have a political slant: left or right, Democrat or Republican, pro-peace or pro-war, etc.
The only overt statement I have read from either them was by Stone, who said “I hate conservatives, but I really fucking hate liberals.” They seem to go after the rhetoric on both sides pretty evenly, though the hollywood liberals have always been a favorite target.
I agree with the previous posters. Fans of South Park know that Parker and Stone love skewering both sides. I see no reason to believe that Team America: World Police will be any different. Remember the quote in South Park: Bigger, Longer, and Uncut: “Horrific, deplorable violence is okay as long as there aren’t any naughty words. That’s what this war is all about!”
Here’s an interesting early review from AICN. From the sounds of the review the movie is more a lampoon of Hollywood action films than a political polemic. It also sounds like it ridicules all sides pretty much equally.