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New Video Game Allows Players to Murder NRA President

blebourgeois Wrote: Jan 15, 2013 12:38 PM
This is not a game, it's a propaganda campaign that borders on infantile. It's the same game that comes out every single time a public outcry to assassinate (joking! free speech!) someone. It's always covered in the media because they predict higher ratings and hit counts and comments like these to attract visitors to their sites to capitalize from ad revenue. It's on par with domain squatting in terms of actual effort to better the world. Katie Pavlich must have zero integrity or she owe someone a favor. This will all blow over, sheeple will forget bout it and it will come out again and someone as spineless as KP will pick it up and run it, then go back on facebook and harvest her digital corn and call it a day.
Nanuq Wrote: Jan 15, 2013 12:46 PM
Maybe you could ask Ms. Giffords her opinion of shooting people in the head?

Oh wait. I thought liberals said it was wrong to shoot people in the head. Or make posters about it. Or websites. Or video games.

Did the rules change again?

A new online video game is taking political discourse to a whole new level. We already reported the death threats being received by NRA executives and now, a video game which allows users to shoot NRA President David Keene in the head, has been released. The creator of the game identified as gizmo01942 Ediot says, "Share this everywhere, especially gun-nut and anti-game websites. Also see if you can't send it in to the NRA somehow, like through the feedback on their website or something." Gizmo also provides screen shots to viewers, which can be seen below.