Skip to comments.CNN Showing Video Game That Assassinates Pres. Bush
Posted on 09/18/2006 12:54:36 PM PDT by Tall_Texan
Sorry I don't have more details about this but CNN is on in the background here at the office and they were showing a videogame about assassinating President Bush. I couldn't listen to hear what they were saying about it but the very fact they were promoting it and showing video of how it looks to murder the president is rather over-the-top in my opinion.
I doubt they'd be so blase about it if the videogame allowed you to assassinate Bill Clinton.
CNN- The Moonbat's most trusted channel.
Egad! Is there nothing they won't stoop to? Isn't that punishable by law?
I remember when I was a child, every morning we would face the American Flag which was in every classroom, close to a picture of George Washington and say the Pledge of Allegience. Our society is sick.
Unbiased news source my eye.
The News We (CNN) Kept To Ourselves [must read](The New York Times - 04/11/03)
ATLANTA Over the last dozen years I made 13 trips to Baghdad to lobby the government to keep CNN's Baghdad bureau open and to arrange interviews with Iraqi leaders. Each time I visited, I became more distressed by what I saw and heard awful things that could not be reported because doing so would have jeopardized the lives of Iraqis, particularly those on our Baghdad staff...
If it's the same game I'm thinking of, then it's called "Night of Bush Capturing". It's also released by an organization called Global Islamic Media Front, which I believe has ties to Al Qaeda. Therefore, no, I don't think they fall under the jurisdiction of American law.
CNN would never show clips from the "money shot" of the Nick Berg death video.
I doubt they'd even pay lip service to a video game where you got to kill Nick Berg.
I have no doubts that the mass media holds out hope that someone will "whack" President Bush. Randi Rhodes admitted it on her radio show on Air America.
That these pro-assassin talking heads can continue to spew their hate baffles me. This extends beyond the bounds of "free speech" (as does the example of yelling fire in a crowded movie theater).
Have they shown the one of Clinton trolling for BJs in sinskincity version 1.1 Hillary?
Hey, how about a video game that shows you-know-who forcing himself sexually on women in the oval office?
That would be fun. Not.
Isn't there a patch for "Grand Theft Auto" that letd you score hookers for Bubba?