Tea Bagger Zombies Must Die: the web videogame causes a stir

If you liked the first person shooter videogame “Doom” circa 1994, and you’re to the left of center, you will love this online videogame “TeaBagger Zombies Must Die.” It’s not a slick as some of today’s video games, but it’s bound to make you laugh.

The Right Wing Media are losing their minds over this one with Pajamas Media going overboard:

In case you’re wondering, yes, the game is real. Several of the zombie figures in this video game are currently running for president. The incitement against them, against Fox and against the Koch brothers is tough to miss. It strikes me as the modern equivalent of the propaganda hate films used to smear the Jews back in 1930s Europe. It’s over the stop stupidity that prepares the culture for action to follow. It also begs a question: Are liberals who stir up such hate against conservatives responsible for garbage like this?

But hey, given this Friday’s guest editorial in the OC Register, you have to wonder if the Tea Party remembers photos like this:

From the Register column:

“The truth is that those on the left and groups that benefit most from progressive policies are afraid that their gravy train might come to a halt if the Tea Party agenda is empowered. To protect their interests these progressives seem to be more than willing to smear those who challenge them. Take some professors at the annual American Political Science Association convention. They argued, citing answers to a dubious survey, that Tea Party is more likely to harbor racial hostility than other groups.

Those who attack the Tea Party are the un-American players on this stage. The tea the Tea Party is serving may taste more like medicine and certainly isn’t sweetened, but, unlike the Kool-Aid being offered by progressives, Tea Party policies won’t end up poisoning America.”

BuzzFlash has a list of things that benefit all Taxpayers, Tea Partiers included.

Meanwhile, I’m still trying to figure out the cheat commands on this game.

  6 comments for “Tea Bagger Zombies Must Die: the web videogame causes a stir

  1. Kathy Findley
    September 12, 2011 at 7:09 pm

    Junior, I had NOTHING to do with this, I swear! Let’s face it, there are idiots in both parties. The world is a big place. I just don’t consider Tea Baggers real Republicans. But a game? How stupid. Almost as stupid as the people who demanded that Obama show his birth certificate.

  2. Gericault
    September 12, 2011 at 9:11 pm

    Lighten up……it’s a fun game……my son loves it.

    What a nice teaching tool……

  3. junior
    September 13, 2011 at 3:32 pm

    “..there are idiots in both parties.”

    We can agree on that Kathy.

    Funny that you would launch a “preemptive comment” to me. I normally decline to comment on any articles that reference the TB term – just thought that I would reply to you.

    And Dan – I can show just as many, or more, disgusing signs made by progs & libs and communists – … oops, that just slipped out.

    • Kathy Findley
      September 13, 2011 at 8:41 pm

      I was teasing you affectionately Junior. Can you take it as such? You comment on my posts frequently even when I don’t use “the TB term.”

  4. September 13, 2011 at 8:17 pm

    I know Junior. There needs to be more tolerance on both sides.

  5. Gabriana Veir
    September 13, 2011 at 10:29 pm

    Is the new video game entertaining or offensive? A first-person shooter game, a Tea Party version of a zombie, is now popular as Election 2012 draws near. Many note that while the Kill conservatives in Tea Party Zombies Must Die video game may increase the level of public amusement, it does little to further public discourse. Others may like it, find it aggressive or rather a directed political assault.

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