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Sep 07 2011

Enlightened Liberal Entertainment: Tea Party Zombies Must Die

While conservatives create witty products poking fun at Obamunism like the game Spread the Wealth Around, moonbat entertainment takes a darker path, highlighting not the flaws of liberals’ opponents, but their own hypocrisy and tendency to project. The video game Tea Party Zombies Must Die is meant to amuse the folks who keep preaching sanctimoniously about how conservatives could be encouraging maniacs with uncivil discourse and violent rhetoric. The objective of the game is to kill Tea Party patriots and prominent conservatives.

The irony of depicting those who believe in individual liberty rather than universal absorption into a collectivist horde as zombies will sail over the heads of the intended audience.

Within the first few seconds of the game, the hypocrisy comes on as heavy as the stench of the dead. First we meet the “Generic Pissed Off Old White Guy Zombie.” Then comes the “Pissed Off Stupid White Trash Redneck Birther Zombie.” Next to be presented is the “Expresses Racist Views Anonymously on the Internet Modern Klan Zombie.” Who’s racist?

The advantage of starting at the bottom is you can’t go downhill. But this doesn’t go uphill either. Peace-loving libs will especially enjoy hacking apart Fox News personalities with a machete. Via MRCTV:

Kleenex and Vaseline sold separately.

On tips from SR, Hail the Amberlamps!, Bob Roberts, Two Amber Lamps, TheWrightWing, and Shawn. Hat tip: Pundit Press.



  • Hail The Amberlamps!

    “Kleenex and Vaseline sold separately.”

    Better save up and clip Jerkins lotion coupons trolls.

  • The ‘Smart Money’ has it that there are most certainly “crosshairs” in this game 😉

  • Carmen

    How precious!! We must be REALLY REALLY powerful for all the 24/7 attn we get – (gleefully gloating)

  • Bob Roberts

    “The irony of depicting those who believe in individual liberty as opposed to universal absorption into a collectivist horde as zombies will sail over the head of the intended audience.”

    But maybe this won’t…E

  • Bob Roberts
  • StanInTexas

    Does anyone notice the intense SILENCE from the Liberals on this thread?

  • lao

    Too busy playing the game.

    (Zaps a “Lying Moonbattery parrot zombie” named “Stanwee” who constantly runs away when confonted with facts.)

  • Adam

    Are the left STILL going to claim that it’s REALLY conservatives who openly encourage violence against political figures?
    btw, even offensive content aside, it’s a pretty crappy game. Lame graphics, obnoxiously repetitive sound effects, and atrociously bad controls all plague this pathetic game.

  • StanInTexas

    I am shocked… SHOCKED I Tell You!

    After a few days of telling us that they deplore the violent rhetoric on BOTH sides of the aisle, here we have the PERFECT opportunity for our Left-Wing brethern to denounce hate-filled rhetoric coming from their side.

    Is it possible that Liberals were LYING and only consider this type of violence to be bad when it comes from the Right? Say it ain’t so!!!

    {/sarcasm off}

    Exactly as I expected. When the target is the Right, EVERYTHING is fair game. When the target os the Left, the weepeing and gnashing of teeth will never be quieted.

    BTW, Dave, that annoying little insect has found it’s way to this room. Any chance you have money in the budget for some screens?

  • You know what? Liberals can just go $%@ themselves raw with a rusty chainsaw. Screw them, they’re all a bunch of useless jackasses. We’ve been polite to those rat bastard dicks for far too long.

  • lao

    Unlike you stanwee, I understand the difference between fiction and reality.

  • Fiberal

    This is why politics was historically restricted to landowners.

    We need to eliminate the vote for non-taxpaying, liberal parasites (along with what passes for their sense of humor).

  • Fiberal

    However I would have to say that the “zombie” characterization would be a lot more appropriate for fug-ugly liberal women.

  • AC

    Unlike you stanwee, I understand the difference between fiction and reality.

    What about moonbat pothead Jared Loughner? Your comrades said he didn’t understand the difference between Palin’s rhetorical crosshairs and actual incitement to violence.

    Using the same standard you espoused, this game can set off another crazy.

    I don’t believe this game will cause normal, balanced liberals to kill.

    The problem here is that the stench of hypocrisy is thick.

  • Why are they using guns in this video game?

    I thought the libs were peace-loving anti-gun angels. If we’re to believe what they claim to be, then the weapons in this game would be flowers and kittens and rainbows and 2,000-page laws.

    That, or else this is a perfect example of what libs are REALLY like. And that’s why I say: Keep your powder dry. Us gun-clinging types will be really busy when the libs finally attempt to act out their fantasies.

  • Fiberal

    Speaking of which, Lao-Z winds his way through this site like an intestinal parasite.

    If there was any choice to the matter, could anyone in his right mind trusting a moron like that with a vote?

    (or given his obsessive behavior, probably several votes.)

  • geeknerd

    AC,

    There is no such thing as a “normal, balanced liberal.” It’s an oxymoron.

  • FrankW

    I don’t have a problem with the game (personally I enjoyed the fling Bammy around game http://www.ampgames.com/game/734/Falling-Obama.html), but then again I have never claimed to be anti-violence. But the whiff of hypocrisy coming from the “Give peace a chance” crowd is pretty strong.

  • Trace

    lol geeknerd.

    I think someone should mod the existing game with Lib skins

  • StanInTexas

    And that is the point, Frank. We have Obama demanding civility in politics, then telling some of his minions, “They bring a knife, we bring a gun”.

    As has been pointed out before, when a person on the Right says something that is out of bounds, then everyone on the Right is to blame for it. But when someone on the Left says something that is out of bounds, then BOTH sides need to tone down and “can’t we all just get along”.

    We need a new word, as ‘hypocrisy’ does not fully cover this action.

  • GoY

    It’s intresting that the left is always looking for hidden code words and “dog whistles” in right-wing speech and giving a complete pass to the overt violence in their own rhetoric.

    It’s not the violence in their words or games that is bothersome, it’s the blatant double-standard. They wet their pants because of Sarah Palin’s “cross-hairs,” but shrug off the violent imagery on their own side.

  • Smorfia48

    “There is no such thing as a “normal, balanced liberal.” It’s an oxymoron”

    Indeed. And some of them will even openly admit leftists are a gaggle of dysfunctional fuckups:

    “In addition to the sadness about the state of society and of nature, almost all of us whatever oppression we might have experienced for social or economic reasons suffer from some kind of deep personal wounds… Much of the dysfunction on the Left comes not from political differences which can be creative and productive but from people acting out this pain…”

    http://eyecrazy.blogspot.com/2011/07/one-of-leaders-of-canadas-radical-left.html

  • lao

    AC claims: What about moonbat pothead Jared Loughner? Your comrades said he didn’t understand the difference between Palin’s rhetorical crosshairs and actual incitement to violence.

    Firstly what exactly makes Loughner a “moonbat”? As I understand it, using drugs is not restricted to the right or the left.

    Gabrielle Giffords: “We’re on Sarah Palin’s ‘targeted’ list, but the thing is that the way that she has it depicted has the crosshairs of a gun sight over our district. And when people do that, they’ve got to realize that there’s consequences to that action.”

  • AC

    Firstly what exactly makes Loughner a “moonbat”? As I understand it, using drugs is not restricted to the right or the left.

    He was angry at Giffords for being insufficiently liberal. Classmates also reported he suffered from an intense case of BDS.

    Many liberals are angry with moderate Democrats and have even more severe cases of mouth-frothing BDS, however that doesn’t make them killers.

    The primary cause of the shooting was mental illness, not Palin’s crosshairs. The crosshairs are relevant because you and your comrades slammed Palin’s rhetoric in light of the shooting, but are silent on this example of even more inflammatory rhetoric.

    If a hypothetical left wing gunman shot up a Tea Party rally, spurred on by this inflammatory game, would you criticize the game’s makers with the same fervor you used to denounce right wing rhetoric (which Loughner ignored) in the wake of the Tuscon tragedy?

    An aggravating cause of the shooting was the Democrat county sheriff’s refusal to report a known mental case to NICS to disqualify him from gun ownership. As usual, the gun laws work fine, if they are only enforced.

    This game fails the new tone of civility the left championed after Loughner’s rampage. Thus, the foul stench of hypocrisy rises from the party which has elevated its use to an art form.

  • FrankW

    So take a position for the game, against the game, or more or less unaffected by it. So far Lao has defended it (from an oblique angle to be sure), well maybe defended is a bit strong, he actually blameshifted to “but Palin”.

  • lao

    Loughner’s best friend, Zach Osler, disputed speculation by media commentators that Loughner’s actions were fueled by partisan politics and rhetoric, insisting, “He did not watch TV, he disliked the news, he didn’t listen to political radio, he didn’t take sides, he wasn’t on the Left, he wasn’t on the Right,”

    So far as I am aware, Loughner himself has provided no motivation, political or otherwise, for what he did.

    I slammed Palin’s camp (and Moonbattery) for their RESPONSE to the shooting re the map.

    Here’s my second post on the subject:

    J. your silly arrogance fails to note that the spin came from Free Republic and Van Helsing who coined the headline “Surveyor Symbols Versus Targets”.

    I have not “blamed” anyone, simply pointed out that the right and Moonbattery, is engaging in spin about that map that Sarah Palin’s own tweet proves is absurd.

    I’m quite sure lots more information will be forthcoming about the killer and, unlike your side, which has been frantically trying to concoct excuses, deflect attention, or pin blame, I will wait for that information to be revealed.
    Posted by: lao at January 9, 2011 1:33 PM

    When that map first was released there was plenty of controversy as the comment by Giffords tragically demonstrates.

    There was absolutely no mention of “surveyor’s symbols” until AFTER the shooting.

    It was that pathetic spin that I focused on.

  • Joe

    There isn’t a liberal on the face of the earth that’s worth a lump of shit. They prove it every day right here.

  • WingMann

    “We need a new word, as ‘hypocrisy’ does not fully cover this action.”

    Hey Stan, there is already a word for it, and that word is “Sociopathy”.

  • B A

    Phuck you lao, you little fairy.

  • lao

    I love the sight of right wing abuse in the morning, it smells like…desperation.

  • SPURWING PLOVER

    Kind of like that episode of STAR TREK tng where the crew becomes addicted to this mind game I turns out the game was created by sinister aliens to mind numb a star ships crew Very little diffrences between liberals and evil subversive aliens from TEAMSTERS and ACORN

  • AC

    So far as I am aware, Loughner himself has provided no motivation, political or otherwise, for what he did.

    Another classmate said Loughner would “well up at the sight of President George W. Bush or in discussing what he considered to be the nefarious designs of government.”

    Loughner repeatedly denounced the moderate positions of Giffords to his friends and in his writings.

    Palin’s silly spin about the surveyor symbols only began after the left mounted a serious media offensive to blame her for the actions of a demented leftist drug enthusiast.

  • SR

    As I understand it Loughner was obsessed with Zeitgeist, a conspiracy-theory documentary released in 2007, The two-hour video is anti-Christian, anti-American and anti-capitalist.

    “I really think that this Zeitgeist documentary had a profound impact upon Jared Loughner’s mindset and how he views the world that he lives in,” Said Zach Osler.

  • lao

    I’m glad you agree that “surveyor’s symbols” was silly spin.

    I saw individual posters “blame” Palin for the shooting but don’t recall any “serious media offensive”.

    Feel free to enlighten me on that point.

  • wingmann

    Robin of Berkeley nails it again!

    http://www.americanthinker.com/2011/09/the_cult_of_obama.html

    The progressives want to turn us into them, to make us feel as deprived and depraved and deadened. It’s the only way that they can silence the roar of shame and self-loathing.

  • Hail The Amberlamps!

    Loa-Loa The Canadian Mental Patient

    We know you are a sick, sadomasochistic pile of dogshit. Your idiotic routine was old 12 months ago. You add nothing here. You convert no one. You collapse no conservative argument or principle. Honestly you appear at the very least to be neurotic, perhaps psychotic with transitory lucidity.

    I bet you look as crazy as Jared Loughner. I sincerely hope the Canadian authorities act promptly when you gnaw off your ankle bracelet and before you shoot up an IHOP, political rally or school.

  • JT

    Former friend Caitlyn said the Jared Loughner she remembered was “quite liberal,” even “radical” in his politics. A far left kook like you lao……LOL

  • Dupree

    Unbelievable that Lao is trying to say there was no media push to blame Palin for the Loughner shooting. It was EVERYWHERE. But that’s Lao in a word, unbelievable.

  • lao

    As I said to AC, feel free to provide a link. If it was EVERYWHERE it should be easy.

  • J

    This is the most flawless expression of the left’s notorious tolerance that I’ve ever seen.

  • Dupree

    Don’t need to, I have a memory and a job.

  • StanInTexas

    For those of you that are unsure of the illogical and partisan connection of Jared Loughner to Sarah Palin, here is but a single example of it… for your reading pleasure!

    http://www.trutv.com/library/crime/notorious_murders/mass/jared-lee-loughner/the-palin-connection.html

  • J

    Unlike you stanwee, I understand the difference between fiction and reality.

    I certainly hope that our sessions together have brought you to this point lao, but it is still remained to be seen.

    It was that pathetic spin that I focused on.

    Ahh, I see you’re regressing. What spin specifically do you speak of?

    Firstly what exactly makes Loughner a “moonbat”?

    Here’s one thing:

    http://spectator.org/archives/2011/01/17/jared-loughners-zeitgeist-obse

  • J

    There is no connection between the leftist gunman Jared Loughner and Sarah Palin except in the train-wrecked minds emotionally charged moonbats, which is to say that there is no connection whatsoever.

  • lao

    From stanwee’s link: Upon examination, Loughner’s online track record revealed neither a far-right winger, nor the left-wing nut for which conservative talk radio had been hoping. Instead, he seemed delusional and paranoid, weirder and more extreme than even the most hardcore of conspiracy theorists at either end of the political spectrum.

  • lao

    Questioning Palin’s judgement in using that crosshairs image, particularly since one of her “targets” got a bullet through the brain is not the same as saying she or her map “caused” the shooting.
    Posted by: lao at January 13, 2011 6:51 PM

  • StanInTexas

    J, that didn’t stop those “train-wrecked minds emotionally charged moonbats” from making that connection, which some on this board refuse to admit ever even happened.

    For clarity, here is another article, directly blaming Palin and her election map, for the shooting.
    http://www.chicagonewsreport.com/2011/01/az-shooter-jared-lee-loughner-charged.html

  • lao

    1. The shooter is to blame for the Arizona attacks.
    2. Sarah Palin is not to blame for the Arizona attacks.
    3. Because Gabrielle Giffords was shot, attention was paid to a Sarah Palin map that identified Giffords with crosshairs.
    4. When that map was first released, Giffords herself thought being singled out with crosshairs could prove to “have consequences”.
    The far right would prefer this was ignored.
    Posted by: lao at January 15, 2011 10:21 AM

  • StanInTexas

    Dave, it would appear that I have my own groupie. I feel honored.

  • lao

    From stanwee’s link: I have received reports from a local Arizona news station, that Jared Loughner listed Sarah Palin and the Tea Party movement among his list of people and things that inspired him.

    I have never seen that claim made anywhere else either before or since which leads me to conclude the “reports” were false.

    @11:22 am I wrote: So far as I am aware, Loughner himself has provided no motivation, political or otherwise, for what he did.

  • TED

    lao is a FAKE, NO ONE is that stupid!

  • J

    J, that didn’t stop those “train-wrecked minds emotionally charged moonbats” from making that connection, which some on this board refuse to admit ever even happened.

    That’s because there’s nothing to admit, it never happened.

    At best it’s a laughably desperate attempt to smear Sarah Palin, at worst it’s fascist propaganda.

    Rather than providing clarity, your blog post further obfuscates the truth, and stretches reality thin. It serves as a perfect example of how leftists run on pure emotional conjecture, rather than facts and logic.

    Take lao, for instance, he’s been unable for some time now to engage in actual conversation, and merely parrots emotional tirades that have been assigned to him by his Collective. Looking above, he merely regurgitates that same discredited leftist gobbledygook, which is why we require so many sessions together.

    For tell me if you can, what acts of violence is CNN’s Crossfire show responsible for?

    http://womenstate.blogspot.com/2011/01/cnn-and-their-history-with-crosshairs.html

    Lao, what questions did you ask about CNN’s Crossfire?

    Also, what questions are you asking about leftists who use the crosshair logo motif? Any?

    http://bigjournalism.com/jsexton/2010/04/03/memo-to-paul-krugman-my-search-was-not-in-vain/

    Hummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm????

  • StanInTexas

    Interesting how quickly our resident gnat (and my PERSONAL groupie!) went from “There were no articles blaming Palin for the Loughner shooting” to “This article blames Plain, but then absolves her”.

    Some people just seem to have a hard time keeping their lies straight!

    I’ll throw another bone to my groupie…
    http://www.newsmax.com/InsideCover/Giffords-Palin-Kennedy-Arizona/2011/01/11/id/382546?s=al&promo_code=B729-1

  • Adam

    “Firstly what exactly makes Loughner a “moonbat”?”
    First, let me be clear that I do not think the Giffords shooting was motivated by politics; The only things motivating Loughner were his own madness and his psychotic obsession with Giffords.
    That being said, here are some examples of proof that he was an ultra liberal (Just highlighting them to fully disprove the liberal idiots who claimed he was a conservative based solely on the fact that Giffords was a Democrat):
    1. His own personal acquaintances have said he was an outspoken liberal in terms of political beliefs.
    2. He hated George W. Bush, and was I believe a 9/11 troofer. Almost exclusively liberal position.
    3. He hated cops, and referred to them as “pigs.” You would be VERY hard- pressed to find a conservative who uses that rhetoric, as the majority of conservatives believe police officers should be treated with respect.
    4. His favorite books, according to his Youtube account, included ‘The Communist Manifesto’ and ‘Mein Kampf.’ Neither of those books are exactly popular reading amongst conservatives, but can often be found on ultra- liberals’ shelves.
    5. His favorite music included the punk band Anti- Flag, whose lyrics espouse an ultra- far- left sentiment (My brother used to listen to them a lot), and whose fanbase consists pretty much exclusively of ultra- liberals around Loughner’s age range.
    6. The only video Loughner favorited on his Youtube account was of a masked punk burning an American flag. Conservatives believe in respecting and saluting the American flag (Hence why there is pretty much no desecration of the flag at Tea Party rallies); Liberals, in contrast, believe in stomping on it, spitting on it, urinating on it, defecating on it, or indeed burning it.
    That conclusive enough for you?

  • Lao Zedong

    Man who argue with Lao like train with no wheels, he go nowhere fast

  • StanInTexas

    J, thanks for the link to the BigJournalism article. THAT was the one I was looking for.

    Dance for me Groupie!

  • J

    1. The shooter is to blame for the Arizona attacks.
    2. Sarah Palin is not to blame for the Arizona attacks.
    3. Because Gabrielle Giffords was shot, attention was paid to a Sarah Palin map that identified Giffords with crosshairs.
    4. When that map was first released, Giffords herself thought being singled out with crosshairs could prove to “have consequences”.
    The far right would prefer this was ignored.

    lao, one of the many things that you’re failing to understand is that #3 simply had no business taking place, and #4 is yet further evidence of how the left irrationally attempts to string together unrelated pieces of non-evidence to support a crisis fantasy.

    The reality is, there’s just nothing to forget because leftist’s claims and accusations are manufactured fairy tales.

    Here’s another example of Loughner’s leftism:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IDiq06K5ZA4

    Ahh, nothing to get a moonbat inspired like a good flag burning.

  • lao

    Stanwee, if the author of that article had been told by local Arizona media that Loughner himself claimed to have been influenced by Palin and the Tea Party, can he be blamed for going with that story?

    As I pointed out, wherever he got his information from, it was bogus, Loughner made no such claims.

  • TED
  • lao

    Gabrielle Giffords said: “We’re on Sarah Palin’s ‘targeted’ list, but the thing is that the way that she has it depicted has the crosshairs of a gun sight over our district. And when people do that, they’ve got to realize that there’s consequences to that action.”

    Subsequently, Giffords got a bullet through her brain.

    J. only a flake like you could claim that Giffords’ statement is further evidence of how the left irrationally attempts to string together unrelated pieces of non-evidence to support a crisis fantasy.

  • TED

    Lao Zedong says: September 7, 2011 at 2:09 pm

    Especially since his opinions mean NOTHING, he’s a dumb-ass Canadian! He should be tending to his own screwed up country. 8-)!

  • StanInTexas

    Does everyone like the way I can make my groupie dance? I’ll bet I can teach him other tricks as well.

  • Jodie

    I just hope that if and when Gabby Giffords is able to come out and speak to the public, that she will admit that Jared Loughner had written her a hate filled letter and attended her events years before anyone had ever heard of Sarah Palin.

  • lao

    So now that we’ve gone down this road a ways and you have dismissed anything Sarah Palin may have said or posted because “leftist’s claims and accusations are manufactured fairy tales.”, feel free to explain how Hoffa’s comments are an actual violent declaration of war against the Tea Party.

  • FrankW

    The larger point is, the loony left claims to have the moral high ground in opposing all violence, yet despite this the loony left produce a rather violent game while the defender of the faith performs an Olympic class blameshift to Palin. Classic.

    Hoffa comments:
    “We’ve got to keep an eye on the battle that we face — a war on workers. And you see it everywhere. It is the Tea Party,” he said. “And there’s only one way to beat and win that war — the one thing about working people is, we like a good fight.”
    “President Obama, this is your army, we are ready to march,” Hoffa said. “But everybody here’s got to vote. If we go back, and keep the eye on the prize, let’s take these son-of-a-bitches out.”

    Just a shot in the dark here but if this were a dialogue between nations, bullets would be flying. Does any person of normal or higher intelligence think that was an offer to have a peaceful discussion? Milk and cookies while discussing “right to work” states? Maybe little sandwiches in the shape of happy faces?

  • FrankW

    Not a correction just an addendum:
    1. The video game is violent.
    2. Conservatives are not to blame for the video game.
    3. Because Gabrielle Giffords was shot, attention was paid to a Sarah Palin map that identified Giffords with crosshairs. There is no way a violent video game could ever cause a reaction like that.
    4. When that game was first released, lao himself thought shooting conservatives could never prove to “have consequences” because he knows the difference between reality and a video game.
    5. The far left would prefer this video game was played by the loony left and ignored by all others.

  • Sinister66

    Frank
    Sounds to me by what you posted it was his jackass was of saying they need to vote the opposition out.

    Question for everyone.
    Is it the type of game everyone is offended by or the content?

  • StanInTexaa

    Sinister,

    If the game was “Kill the TeaParty member”, it would be offensive. when they put people in there by name and picture, it become very creepy.

    And when the head of the Teamsters say they want to Take You OUT, that is not an idle threat and it is NOT an invitation to a peaceful discussion.

  • J

    lao, your comment serves as an excellent example, which proves my point.

    Let’s examine your comment together.

    Gabrielle Giffords said: “We’re on Sarah Palin’s ‘targeted’ list, but the thing is that the way that she has it depicted has the crosshairs of a gun sight over our district. And when people do that, they’ve got to realize that there’s consequences to that action.”

    Subsequently, Giffords got a bullet through her brain.

    What you have here, is what Carl Sagan refers to as a “post hoc, ergo propter hoc” in his essay on The Fine Art of Baloney Detection, which is Latin for “it happened after, so it was caused by.”

    The correlation that you are making between the two points is purely emotional, and thus has no factual merit.

    For instance, someone might say, “hardly anyone was fat until McDonalds came around.” This sentence, like yours, is a completely bogus assertion for which there is no direct evidence to support it. In other words, baloney.

    Thank you lao, for returning to our sessions.

    Now, speaking of flake, who remembers Loughner’s peers that described him as being point blank “left wing, quite liberal.”

    http://atlasshrugs2000.typepad.com/atlas_shrugs/2011/01/arizona-shooter-jared-laughner-a-certified-nut.html

  • lao

    1. The shooter is to blame for the Arizona attacks.
    2. Sarah Palin is not to blame for the Arizona attacks.

    Questioning Palin’s judgement in using that crosshairs image, particularly since one of her “targets” got a bullet through the brain is not the same as saying she or her map “caused” the shooting.
    Posted by: lao at January 13, 2011 6:51 PM

    Why did Palin’s camp mention “surveyor’s symbols” immediately AFTER the shooting and not when the initial controversy over that map was happening?

    Do try to keep up.

  • AC

    Why? Because Sarah Palin is a politician, surrounded by establishment handlers and media consultants.

    She had a chance to show leadership, ignore the handlers, and fire back at the false charges leveled against her, but instead she went with the ridiculous spin.

    The ridiculous spin came because of ridiculous allegations having far less basis for incitement than this game.

    What happened to the call for civility from that coffee junkie posing as a DNC chair? What about the new tone?

  • J

    Keeping up is with your schizophrenic positions is a challenging task indeed.

    If 1 & 2 are the case, then why would you infer otherwise by juxtaposing Gifford’s comments on Palin’s crosshair symbology with Gifford being shot by a leftist, in your earlier comment? Furthermore, when making these inferences, why do you not include comment on the left’s use of crosshair/target symbology?

    Why did Palin’s camp mention “surveyor’s symbols” immediately AFTER the shooting and not when the initial controversy over that map was happening?

    Because they were scrambling for a response that might appease frothing zealots such as yourself. A stupid attempt, considering that nothing appeases the Collective.

    Now, back to the topic at hand, the Tea Party Zombies Must Die video game.

    What if, some enterprising game publishers, decided to create the game; Exterminate All Collective Drones.

    Could you describe how that would make you feel?

  • lao

    I would yawn.

  • lao

    The right decided that any discussion of Palin’s judgement in posting that map equalled blaming her for the shootings.

    Prior to being shot through the brain, Giffords herself questioned Palin’s judgement. She was in no position to amplify on her previous opinion now was she?

    I already posted my opening response to the shootings. Contrary to your claim I focused on the silly spin, NOT the map.

  • Grunt

    Well, you want your version of violent rhetoric Laouse, here you go:

    “lao says: September 7, 2011 at 9:31 am
    Too busy playing the game.
    (Zaps a “Lying Moonbattery parrot zombie” named “Stanwee” who constantly runs away when confonted with facts.)”

    Now, if little marks on a map (equal crosshairs, fine…what about targets and bull’s eyes?) the video game shows violent acts that result in fatality being practiced upon labeled, named, pixillated effigies. Even the implied “crosshairs” didn’t point out Mrs. Giffords–never mind that other maps with targets give you hover-over pop-ups identified as “Targeted Republicans” and a picture.

    What happens, then if someone decides this is a good way to deal with what the left has trumpeted as the common image of a “Teabagger”?

    There won’t be much heard in the news, online or on telly. You claim you can differentiate between reality and fantasy. Yet…

    You yourself have already written how you’re already fantasizing about “zapping” Stan (You call him “Stanwee”), placing him in the video game.

    You’re just a prick, Laouse. More words for you besides “hypocrite” would be “duplicitous”, two faced,imposter, mimic, poseur, pretender…LEFTIST slime.

    How sad your life must be, up there in Utopian Canada.

    Oh…and on that note you claim others are dodging your queries, I noticed you failed to answer my questions.
    You’ve likely archived them…you’re good for that, as it would seem you have nothing better to do, so if you want ’em, you know where to find them.

  • SPURWING PLOVER

    In the cockpit of a BUCK ROGERS type STARFIGHTER and vaporizing draconian liberals then finishing off their big ship full of evil liberal zombies KA-BOOM

  • StanInTexas

    Grunt, the part that My Groupie™ is deliberately ignoring is that he stated that there was no effort by the Left to demonize Sarah Palin for the Loughner shooting. He asked for articles, which were provided to him, and then immediately jumped to this all being Palin and the Republican’s fault.

    Then he even adds to his hypocrisy in telling us he opposes violent rhetoric from both sides, yet he defends this game.

    It is important that everyone here keep this thread in mind when dealing with My Groupie™. He is VERY entertaining, but is NOT to be taken serious.

  • JT

    Retarded more like it.

  • J

    The right decided that any discussion of Palin’s judgement in posting that map equalled blaming her for the shootings.

    Well yes, when placed in direct juxtaposition with comments about the shootings, it’s what leftists are either openly saying or attempting to infer.

    But tell me, why do such discussions never include the left’s use of the crossfire/target motif?

    Prior to being shot through the brain, Giffords herself questioned Palin’s judgement. She was in no position to amplify on her previous opinion now was she?

    The fact that Giffords herself questioned Palin’s judgement before being shot in the head by one of her fellow leftists, doesn’t give the correlation that she and you are attempting to make any greater merit. Rather, the correlation remains purely emotional, and thus factually worthless. Remember, emotion is not evidence.

    I’m not sure that your question here has much meaning.

    I already posted my opening response to the shootings. Contrary to your claim I focused on the silly spin, NOT the map.

    Except when you incorrectly feel that it is okay to question Sarah Palin’s judgement regarding her map, in light of Gifford’s being targeted for a shooting by one of her own fellow leftists, while ignoring similar maps used by Gifford’s leftist comrades.

    Correct?

  • J

    I would yawn.

    Really?

    You mean you wouldn’t be running home straight from class to post here to question the judgement of the game publishers?

    Why not?

  • lao

    Grunter, if you want to try to make an equivalence between a free computer game and a potential Republican Presidential candidate that’s fine.

    I didn’t even look at the game and it should be obvious that my first comment re “zapping” stanwee was a joking response to his simpering ignorance.

    Is a game that “targets” identifiable people stupid and in bad taste? Of course it is. Is it potentially dangerous? I doubt it.

    Now I understand there are people out there who have very negative things to say about the influences of violent video games. The shoot-em-up and zap-em genre is very popular. It is a multi-million dollar business.

    Has there been a violent crime committed by some freak that was directly influence by his video-game playing? I have no idea but, unlike you, I’m not losing any sleep over it.

    Little stanwee, as usual, demonstrates he is incapable of selecting one of my actual quotes to attack, he has to “interpret” what I said and then attack that. You may be appallingly stupid stanwee, but you are consistent.

    J. there was plenty of discussion of both sides using military-speak like “targeted district”, “battleground state” and the use by both sides of target logos. Palin upped the ante by using a crosshairs logo.

    J says: The fact that Giffords herself questioned Palin’s judgement before being shot in the head by one of her fellow leftists, doesn’t give the correlation that she and you are attempting to make any greater merit. Rather, the correlation remains purely emotional, and thus factually worthless. Remember, emotion is not evidence.

    While both sides may have used target imagery, only one of those “targets” happened to get a bullet through the brain. Pardon me for feeling some emotion about that fact.

    So, given your opinions if some nutcase who happened to belong to the Teamsters Union shot up a Tea Party gathering, do you really expect me to believe that nobody on the right would make a connection between that tragedy and Hoffa’s speech because “emotion is not evidence”?

  • Grunt

    I’ll give you that you’re adept at parsiong words, but you still don’t prove any points.

    Using surveyor symbols to pinpoint districts on a map (and if you look they CAN be matched clearly with surveyor symbols, whereas targets are just as implied that something needs to be “landed” or “shot” there) is vastly different than having bull’s-eyes that respond to the hover over and give locations and pictures of the “targeted republicans”.

    Oh, yes…militaristic lingo abounds on both sides, but you don’t see the Right making violent video games (there’s a “toss obama” game where he’s caught softly by big logo balloons! Oh, My!–Looks like the Bush one, just no logo on the balls that squish gently on Bush) depicting–no, REQUIRING!–the brutal assault and fatal shootings you see here.

    So, even if they were “crosshairs”, it’s not an equal point for any leftist joker to whine that we need to tone down on the rhetoric, when all the cries for violence and blood come from the hand wringing charlatans on the left. Especially when they have games like this.

    Justifying it with “so, these games are popular” won’t lessen the loss if someone decides to act on it.

    Still wondering about those flash mobs and rioters, the Knockout Kings and folks of that ilk…I wonder who they vote for?

    What about the damage caused by Unions (who donate heavily to the political left) to the State buildings (that tax payers pay for) where they pull stunts like they did in Wisconsin?

    Me, I hope the repairs are done by bussed in, non-Union labour. But that’s another issue, because it brings up all the things that could happen if those non-Union “scabs” encounter any of those nice, peaceful Unionized employees (who notoriously vote left of center) who’s packing a crowbar or a pipe.

    Face it, the Left is for violence much more than the right; they just squeal like bitches when they get called out one it. (or caught in the act)

  • Grunt

    Addendum:

    The Left also works harder to push the cultural envelope and take advantage of popular culture among the younger generations for the same reasons that homosexual indoctrinations begin in the public school system: exposure to the group appeals best among those who cannot gate their emotional response with rational thinking the way a mature mind can.

    Also, if they desensitize the youth, making something appear as a “right” by making it seem innocent and harmless (incorporation of symbolism, like a pretty rainbow, as opposed to something mere honest, subtracting from the repulsiveness of the sexual aspect, in the case of homoeroticism), they can use this rationale to marginalize the folks that think the now-popularized behaviour. Next step is to further isolate by labeling anyone who has a traditional view as “bigoted” and “homophobic”–the new “racist”.

    Nothing motivates the youth quite like telling them there’s something they cannot do…especially if it’s sexual and makes them feel good! The clarion call, Rebellion…often expressed by acting out, usually, starting small and building to violence.

    The perfect recipe for the Left, and a template they use far more often than the Right. They can ‘tu quoque’ all they like, but the numbers are definitely weighted on the Left.

  • Grunt

    “[…]opposed to something mere honest, subtracting from the repulsiveness[…]”

    “mere” is meant to be “mOre”. Pardon.

  • Grunt

    The “emotion” factor is something the Left banks on all the time.

    And yeah, “emotion is not evidence”…that am true; but I assure you, the Left is pushing it as fast as they can. The refer to it as “hate crimes legislation”.

    Anything that can be perceived as an act of racial or ‘orientation’ specific hatred…no matter how incidental or insignificant, is quickly interpreted as a ‘hate crime’.

    Except when a group of inner-city hooligans take a teen aged girl and rape her–girls in the bunch violated her with a broomstick–and leaving the barely-alive body in bleach to die. Or when the kids who openly admit they target whites for brutal attacks…then it’s just assault…no particular reason.

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