There are different types of "pride" with different implications.
1) There is the "I am proud to be a part of Group_X." The pride does not revolve around assuming other groups are inferior. This pride is not about oppressing another group.
2) There is also the "I am proud to be a part of Group_X because other groups are lesser (maybe even with a call to oppression / discrimination)." This is a sign of xenophobia / homophobia / whatever the label would be...
I think people need to recognize the difference as I have come across some rare gays who are in group #2 and I have come across people who are in a majority group who are in group #1.
With that said, I think "Super Happy Fun America" is just purely trolling.
I've taken a look at the Facebook page and the web-site for Super Happy Fun America and honestly it is just pure propaganda without example. They are mainly about hyping themselves up and talking about how others are reacting to them.
They're statements mindlessly mimic some statements on "gay pride" but without any justification for the statement. For example:
“Straight people are an oppressed majority. We will fight for the right of straights everywhere to express pride in themselves without fear of judgement and hate. The day will come when straights will finally be included as equals among all of the other orientations.” – John Hugo, President of Super Happy Fun America
How the heck are "straight people" supposedly oppressed?
How are you not "included" as "equals among all of the other orientations"?