I must admit, I actually kind of like SFP. Allison is pretty clearly shown to a narcissistic hypocrite, so I always find her grandstanding funny to watch.
Especially when she's about to get involved in an issue that she really doesn't have much experience with.
Like her doubtlessly-forthcoming attempt to insert herself into this argument.
Actually, this is why I don't like Allison, or SFP in general. For two reasons:
1. She's invincible. Nothing can harm her, so there is not weight when she is proving wrong becuase ultimately it does not effect her. So what if you can prove her wrong. She can still instill her worldview.
2. People say Allison is constantly proving wrong, but thats becuase she always goes for extremes. The bitch believes that people deserve to die for reading Atlus Shrug. Yeah, its a bad book, but its not like its Mein Kampf or the Communist Manifesto. (A book she propably does believe in.) Any idiot can prove that an extremist is wrong, so it is not that hard to prove Allison wrong when all she does is "Oh wow, I was too extreme, I will just be less extreme." She's flawed, but Ham-Fistedly eye rolling flawed.
What's more, she is only proven wrong to those she agrees with (Liberals) not those she disagrees with. (conservatives) Like, her friends will call her a hypocrite for being self-rightous, but her allies are only pointing out the extremes, never the politics of the argument. I would like her be proven wrong if she went to a redneck who lives in Alabama and calling him a racist for waving a confederate flag, and the rednecks response would be "Lady, I live 500 miles a way from the nearest city, who cares how I express my views as long as I am not hurting anymore? How about you try to stop gang violence, or save women who get their clits cut in the Middle East than wasting you time in the middle of buttfuck nowhere harrasing someone who is not harming anyone?" That would impress me, if Allison actually questioned her politics, but nope, Liberalism good conservativism bad.