Who Wants To Shoot Sarah Palin?

Come on, admit it. Deep in your heart of hearts, there’s a part of you that would just love to take a shotgun to Sarah Palin. Or Newt Gingrich. Or Bill O’Reilly. Just pump a round into the chamber and blow them away.

 

Now you can! Or, at least, a virtual version of them. Well, a virtual, zombified version of them. (Hat tip: NRO.)

 

John Hopkins of Right Wing News has his own take on it, and an interesting idea — how about a right-wing version of it? Why not a game when you can go after some of the leaders and heroes of the left. But while John has a good idea and his… er… “execution” isn’t bad, he didn’t quite have the nerve to “pull the trigger.” (Sorry, but no other metaphors readily come to mind.)

 

Remember, the line has been crossed, so there’s absolutely no reason to hold back. After all, it’s all in fun, and it’s just a game, so go wild. And it’s not the real people, it’s Virtual Zombie versions of real people, so it doesn’t count.

 

(Confession: I don’t play first-person shooters, so some of these might be a little lame. I plead ignorance.)

 

Virtual Zombie Nancy Pelosi: Get her with a gun firing needles filled with Botox.

 

Virtual Zombie Barney Frank: Make him go down with a chain-fed Corn Dog gun.

 

Virtual Zombie Joe Biden: Vacuum Cleaner that yanks out his hair plugs — before it rips off his head.

 

Virtual Zombie Ted Kennedy: (Hey, he’s already dead, so it’s not much of a stretch.) Douse him with a barrel of Chivas and set him on fire.

 

Virtual Zombie George Soros: Throw him under a Virtual Nazi Cattle Car. Or crush him under a pile of money bags.

 

Virtual Zombie Keith Olbermann: Harpoon him, and watch all the hot air rush out as he flies around the screen.

 

Virtual Zombies Reverend Al Sharpton and Reverend Jesse Jackson: I thought about the double-ended noose, but instead club them with a giant crucifix.

 

Virtual Zombie Harry Reid: Beat him down with a giant gavel.

 

Virtual Zombie Rachel Maddow: Portal gun. Put the right kind of hole in front of her, and watch her dive for it.

 

Virtual Zombie Barack Obama: (Remember, Secret Service, this is all just fun! We’re just talking a computer game of a zombified version of the President of the United States! This isn’t a real threat!) Blow away his TelePrompters, and you render him helpless — he just stands there, an utterly powerless SCOAMF. (Sorry, I just couldn’t bring myself to do it. I wimped out. Sue me. Just don’t sic the Secret Service on me.)

 

Just fun and games, folks. All’s fair. Just kidding around. Not inciting violence or even using violent rhetoric in the least.

 

You know what the best part of having the folks on the left “go there?” They always leave the door open behind them, allowing us to walk through ourselves.

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  • http://www.rustedsky.net Anonymous

    Reminds me of a Doom overlay.  I do think the left doesn’t realize that no matter how this tickles their sensiblities in a pleasant way, it’s setting a standard that they probably REALLY don’t want set.

    Re the Zombie thing – had some friends who went to DragonCon in Atlanta this weekend – apparently a recurring theme in the Art Show/Auction was Obama as a zombie. Go figure…

  • https://plus.google.com/114041580398058374552/posts McGehee

    Whatsamatter wif you fracken tea party zombies!? Cancha take a joke!!!???

    /New Tone

    • https://plus.google.com/114041580398058374552/posts McGehee

      In fact, this latest installment in the New Tone Saga™ reminds me of the time years ago when I posted on my blog a tongue-in-cheek announcement that, in light of the anticipated high turnout in an upcoming election, Republicans would be voting on Tuesday while Democrats would have to wait until Wednesday.

      It was a silly and stupid joke, but the punch line came when some drive-by troll popped in to answer it with, “To save energy, drivers are asked to drive without the headlights at alternating times of day: Democrats between sunrise and sunset, and Republicans between sunset and sunrise.”

      The commenter seemed unaware of the qualitative difference between Democrats missing Election Day in my joke, and Republicans getting killed in his.

    • https://plus.google.com/114041580398058374552/posts McGehee

      In fact, this latest installment in the New Tone Saga™ reminds me of the time years ago when I posted on my blog a tongue-in-cheek announcement that, in light of the anticipated high turnout in an upcoming election, Republicans would be voting on Tuesday while Democrats would have to wait until Wednesday.

      It was a silly and stupid joke, but the punch line came when some drive-by troll popped in to answer it with, “To save energy, drivers are asked to drive without the headlights at alternating times of day: Democrats between sunrise and sunset, and Republicans between sunset and sunrise.”

      The commenter seemed unaware of the qualitative difference between Democrats missing Election Day in my joke, and Republicans getting killed in his.

    • https://plus.google.com/114041580398058374552/posts McGehee

      In fact, this latest installment in the New Tone Saga™ reminds me of the time years ago when I posted on my blog a tongue-in-cheek announcement that, in light of the anticipated high turnout in an upcoming election, Republicans would be voting on Tuesday while Democrats would have to wait until Wednesday.

      It was a silly and stupid joke, but the punch line came when some drive-by troll popped in to answer it with, “To save energy, drivers are asked to drive without the headlights at alternating times of day: Democrats between sunrise and sunset, and Republicans between sunset and sunrise.”

      The commenter seemed unaware of the qualitative difference between Democrats missing Election Day in my joke, and Republicans getting killed in his.

  • Anonymous

    “Just kidding around.”

    Ever notice when the left does something tasteless, it’s usually defended as “just kidding around”.  The Halloween stunt where Palin was hung from a noose was also “just kidding around”.  Just try that with an effigy of Barry.  See how far “just kidding around” will cover  your ass.

    • https://plus.google.com/114041580398058374552/posts McGehee

      Somebody apparently did try “just kidding around” with Obama, in (wait for it) Jimmy Carter’s hometown.

      I don’t remember whatever came of the story, but I half suspected Jimmy was unhappy that his claim to fame as “worst president in living memory” was in danger.

  • Anonymous

    ” Blow away his TelePrompters, and you render him helpless” 

    That’s too kind. He is already helpless with the prompter.  How about: Blow away his sand wedge and watch him panic.

  • http://ethnografix.blogspot.com/ ryan a

    “You know what the best part of having the folks on the left “go there?”
    They always leave the door open behind them, allowing us to walk through
    ourselves.”

    Nope.  None of this leads anywhere good.  I don’t really care who “goes there” first, second, or last.  The guy who made the game is a reckless fool.  His little “game” is completely deplorable (not to mention his derogatory stereotypical references/images of people in the Tea Party.  All those images do is debase and dehumanize people in the TP).  It’s not humorous.

    That said, rather than walking through the door along with people like that–in jest or not–it probably makes more sense to just close the door.  There are certain people on all sides who “joke around” about violence toward their political opposition–and none of it leads anywhere I want to go.  There’s a lot of anger, disagreement, and frustration out there.  But once it breaks down into violence, we all lose.

    • http://www.rustedsky.net Anonymous

      I agree with you on that, Ryan – that we all lose.

      But I’ve got to confess I think that there’s some on the left who are secretly hoping FOR it all to go pear-shaped, because when there’s a crisis of some sort, it’s a lot easier to grab power to ‘fix’ things – or just an excuse to go around beating on those you’ve hated for so long.

      And I think attempts to close the door again – like I said, there’s folks who want that door open.  They REALLY want that door open, as wide as it can go..

    • Anonymous

      “War is a horrible thing, but it is not the worst thing.”

      No communist / fascist tyranny in history has been rolled back without a credible threat of violence. We won’t be the first.

  • Anonymous

    1) My preference is that there be no Tea Party (or Republican for that matter) equivalent to this nonsense.

    2) If there were such  a game, the Dems’ wet-dream game should not be given the honor of being acknowledged with a knock-off. It would have to be something different and unique from “Tea Party Zombies Must Die”. How about something based on Escape from New York only located in DC. Barack as the evil Warden. Nancy and Harry as the brutal Captains of the Guards. Chris Mathews could be the guards’ annoying mascot.

  • Anonymous

    Jokes aside, the Chicago-Charismatic Narcissist-incited fascists and Brown-Shirt untergebenen  are working their Lumpen into a murderous rage. 

    Not that it has ever happened or is ever likely to happen — but had his intimate, Herr Hoffa’s, ‘”take out” the sons of bitches’ been uttered by a normal American, rather than by one of the Charismatic NarciSSist’s co-lunatic-Left-Wing-fringe-dwelling fascist apparatchiks, it would have been reported as the incitement to perpetrate murderous violence it clearly was — and its utterer would be sitting in jail!

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