enjoy...........but i'm warning you, it can be addictive.
......and the trailer park is LOADED with teabagger zombies.
DON’T GET TEA-BAGGED! The zombies are walking the streets of America. Grab your weapons and bash their rotten brains to bits! Destroy zombie Sarah Palin, Michele Bachmann, Glenn Beck, the Koch Brothers, and many more!
Very cool Bumpy!
HEY BB !!!
Hey Bumpy. Are you spending all your time playing video games?
got home early today..........(doctor's app)
and heard about the game over on fox. i never play these things, usually.
Well, this game just might be good therapy for whatever ails one.
I saw on Labor Day that a few of your friends were checking out the posts here. LOL
I was translating a few of them for some friends that were with me as well. They were a bit shocked.
during the weekend ate a lot of food off the grill and a lot of salt.
......think it affects my knee.
very pretty nurse at my doc's office took blood sample...............great boobs.
It's always good to have something to focus on when you are having your blood drawn. :-)
the "fox news" level is tough.
....those d'mn teabagger zombies are all over the place.
just saw the bachman and palin zombies.
those things keep coming after you. had to use the pistol, shotgun AND the crowbar.
The zombies are all on TV tonight....Quite hilarious...
got past the trailer parks...........the fox news entrance.........the first and second offices.............the control room with those "blonde bimbo zombies"............then came the glenn beck zombie.
you will need the AK 47 and the melee weapon to take him out.......he's tough.
Bump, love your dry sense of humor, b ut this is over the line. Having problems, with the eyesite, baut you have crowwewd the line, once again. God, how I* lmiss this site!, Even if I zoom in, I have troble reading the p0osts. Surgery is scheduled fkor the end of Sept, can:t wait to get back anc fight with you guy's and girls. M iss you!!11
you friggin people are sick...what happened to the civility that your fraudulent thug of a leader called for?? another lie
i can't speak for anybody else, but as far as the President and that "civility" stuff.........i didn't agree with that AT ALL !!!!!
when i'm punched...............I KICK BACK !!!!!!
teabaggers been bringing guns to rallies.............talking about "watering the tree of liberty", using "2nd amendment remedies"......and all other kind of nonsense, and you people didn't say jackshit, but have a problem with a video game.
TOO BAD..............SO SAD !!!!!!
TAKE GOOD CARE OF YOURSELF, COOP !!!!!!
Fun Fun fun!
The GOP and the teabaggers don't know jack about civility...So why should we show them any?
let's do the bump ^^^^^
Baby Bump!......at least for 6 1/2 more weeks!
since you libs love violence against people you disagree with...I guess it would be alright if I created a game where you could release hillary clinton, Mr Obama, Joe Biden, harry reid, and nasty pelose into a fenced wooded area and hunted them like deer. Acyually you could put any lib you wanted into the game.That might be a fun game? Dang...cannot believe you loons.
You mean like how the teabaggers want their followers to take their guns and remedy things with the "4th amendment"? The right has cornered the market with violence...
can you provide me an example of the right wing violence you speak of? I'll defer to your game for mine...or maybe the union thugs in Washington who recently took several security guards hostage and tried to hijack a train.
And how exactly was that liberal? Did then announce that they were "leftists" before or after? And how about a link?
Sharron Angle, the Tea Party candidate turned Republican primary winner in Nevada, has taken heat for a number of extreme affiliations and policy positions. One of the more outlandish was a statement she made during a radio interview last January in which she floated the idea that the public would bring down an out-of-control Congress with "Second Amendment remedies."
Since the clip surfaced, courtesy of the Plum Line's Greg Sargent, there has been no comment from the Angle campaign. The candidate herself spent much of Tuesday rubbing elbows with Republicans on the Hill and avoiding the media. In the interim, however, the Huffington Post has been forwarded more evidence demonstrating the candidate's apparent comfort with the notion of armed insurrection against the government.
In an interview she gave with conservative talk show host Bill Manders earlier in the campaign, Angle conspicuously floated, once again, "Second Amendment remedies" to deal not just with the supposedly ever-growing "tyrannical" U.S. government, but to replace her now general election opponent: Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.).
During the 2010 midterm elections, Republican senate nominee Sharron Angle of Nevada said that "if this Congress keeps going the way it is, people are really looking toward those Second Amendment remedies."
Lest her reference be too subtle for dummies, she immediately added, "I'll tell you the first thing we need to do is take Harry Reid out."
In March 2009, Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn) said she wanted the residents of her state "armed and dangerous" over President Obama's plan to reduce global warming through cap and trade legislation.
And who can forget Sarah Palin's U.S. map of targeted Democratic congressional districts that used rifle crosshairs? ("Don't retreat...reload!")
Which brings us to Tucson, Arizona, January 8, 2011. One of Sister Sarah's crosshairs hovered over the congressional district of Democratic Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, shot with others (including a federal judge, who died) at point blank range while holding a mid-morning, open-air town hall with constituents in a grocery store parking lot. Giffords barely beat a Tea Party-backed Republican to win reelection last November.
Words and imagery have meaning. The far Right increasingly makes use of these dangerous examples to get their most rabid supporters foaming at the mouth. Make no mistake: these politicians do it because it works. At the least it might win a nomination, and often enough a general election.
At the end of the day, it doesn't matter that the Arizona shooter is deranged. That goes without saying. But elected officials and candidates who engage in such provocative fan-flaming are planting seeds that encourage gun violence, and anyone with half a brain knows it.
It's time for the Sharron Angle's of this world, and her fellow travelers, to "man up."
"When you look at unbalanced people, how they respond to the vitriol that comes out of certain mouths about tearing down the government. The anger, the hatred, the bigotry that goes on in this country is getting to be outrageous," the sheriff said. "And unfortunately, Arizona I think has become the capital. We have become the mecca for prejudice and bigotry."
Four days ago an armed man barricaded himself in an Arizona mall with hostages. And back in April Arizona Governor Jan Brewer signed into a law a bill allowing people to carry a concealed weapon without a permit. Oops.
But let’s look at the big picture. Southern Arizona’s largest employer is Raytheon Missile Systems, Arizona’s largest defense contractor.
Live by the gun, die by the gun. As without, so within. As in the macrocosm, so in the microcosm.
We spread violence around the world with our wars for oil, we spread violent rhetoric around the country on talk radio, we have leaders putting political rivals in crosshairs and candidates calling for “Second Amendment remedies.” Our children play violent video games and we watch acts of violence as entertaintment. We are a culture ruled by violence.
So don’t act so fucking surprised, America. This was entirely predictable.
In the wake of numerous death threats and vandalism plaguing House Democrats who voted for health insurance reform, many have been asking if the actions of Sarah Palin and other right-wing pundits cross the line from free speech into criminal speech.
Sarah Palin published on her Facebook page a list of twenty Democrats who voted for health insurance reform and who are elected in districts that used to be Republican. Their locations on a map of the United States are marked by crosshairs - a symbol that clearly refers to target practice and violence.
These targeted politicians have received death threats. Their offices and homes and the homes of their family members have been vandalized. They are beefing up security measures for themselves and those who are close to them. Sarah Palin might be to blame.
But she is not a criminal.
The Supreme Court has a high standard for criminalizing speech. Free speech, while not an absolute right, is a highly protected privilege in the United States.
Under certain narrow circumstances, the government can punish or prevent speech when "the words are used in such circumstances and are of such a nature to create a clear and present danger that they will bring about the substantive evils that Congress has a right to prevent." (Schenck v. United States, 1919). This was translated in 1970 into a legal test that demands criminal speech 1) be directed to inciting or producing imminent lawless action" and 2) be "likely to produce such action." (Brandenburg v. Ohio, 1970). As Justice Brandeis pointed out in his concurring opinion on the subject of incitement to violence, "If there is time to expose through discussion the falsehood and fallacies, to avert the evil by the process of education, the remedy to be applied is more speech, not enforced silence." (Whitney v. California, 1927).
In Brandenburg, this legal test was applied and the Supreme Court found that a call for revenge if "our President, our Congress, our Supreme Court continues to suppress the white, Caucasian race" was not criminal speech.
The saving grace for the crazy revenge talk and gun imagery used in Palin's ad is that it does not create the expectation of imminent harm. Sure, harm has occurred. There have been incidents. But the speech itself does not go so far as to encourage immediate and concrete action. There is time, as Brandeis pointed out, for reasoned discussion and debate.
It is a good thing that we don't criminalize the kind of ads Palin is producing.
First, they are expressly political. Political speech is the highest form of protected speech under the First Amendment and that is necessary to preserve democratic function. We simply have to tolerate extreme points of view in order to prevent a tyranny of the majority and repression of the minority.
Second, expressions of frustration, anger and wishes for revenge are very different from actions that violate criminal law. We punish actions because the create harm. The speech does not. The only time that we criminalize speech is when the very act of speaking so clearly and immediately leads to harm that there is really no way to separate out the act of speaking and the violence that ensues (according to a seminal essay by Zechariah Chafee Jr., Free Speech in the United States, 1948).
That doesn't mean Palin's use of violent imagery isn't offensive. She is a public figure, a former candidate for the second highest office in the country. Her words have a great effect on the public and should be chosen carefully.
On the other hand, if we really wanted to hold politicians to a higher standard of speech, we'd have more than just one member of the Republican party to worry about.
I'm getting real good at this game, and if it continues I might take it on the reality road! LMAO
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