If you smush them both together you get Ted Cruz.
And they aren't wrong! Voting for a president is a lot like choosing between two soiled diapers to be pied in the face with. Best case scenario, the two corporately-owned pander-monkeys are benign but nearly identical. Worst case, they're a couple of ogres equally hungering for your soul. And the time-honored "Giant Douche vs Turd Sandwich" sentiment is no different when it comes to Clinton and Trump -- as evidenced by the countless memes going around.
Screw em' both ... right?
Why That's Garbage ...
It's true! Both candidates are totally identical this election ... provided that you're an upper-middle class heterosexual living on your parents' dime. For anyone of lower income or LGBTQ or of Muslim descent or worried about reproductive rights or recently immigrated or struggling with health care or a small business owner or worried about police brutality ... there is going to be a huge difference in the two candidates come November. Because both candidates have extremely different policies that will influence the country for decades to come.
And this isn't special to one election. That South Park episode? It aired right before America had to choose between these two guys:
The White House, United States Congress
After he was re-elected, George Bush oversaw Hurricane Katrina and nominated a Supreme Court justice. He continued the war in Iraq and saw the housing bubble collapse. To write off candidates as just a "douche and turd" was not only childish ... but actually misses the entire point of that South Park episode (the moral of which was that you should absolutely vote). And considering that both major political parties are slowly drifting in ideologies, it's never been a more important time for indecisive moderates to draw them back together with votes.
In the simplest, most incendiary terms: Not voting because you think both candidates are "in the pockets of Wall Street" or "equally terrible" is privileged and childish pigswill actively hurting the political process by justifying ignorance. Try and tell a lower-class family of immigrants running a corner shop in Chicago that you don't think it matters who wins the election, and watch those people laugh in your shitty little face.