Missouri Democrats Target Republicans With New Political Game

Missouri Democrats Target Republicans With New Political Game

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The Democratic Party of Missouri has produced a new online videogame in which players must save public documents and emails before Republican Governor Matt Blunt can delete them.

Matt Blunt: Document Destroyer features Whack-A-Mole style gameplay, requiring gamers to move a spotlight onto Blunt's portrait as he randomly pops up behind desktop computers and attempts to delete files. "Governor Matt Blunt has been up to no good, destroying public records in clear violation of Missouri's 'Sunshine Law'," the game's loading screen reads. "Matt Blunt broke the law - now he's lying about it and doing everything he can to cover it up. Can you shine the light on Matt Blunt before he deletes all of the incriminating emails on his office computers? Stop Matt Blunt from destroying more public records!" The game continues until Blunt has deleted ten emails.

Unsurprisingly, the state's Republican party is not amused by the effort. "While Democrats prefer to spend their time and donor resources on frivolous pursuits in a make-believe world, Governor Blunt and Republicans are focused on real-world concerns like improving the quality of life for all Missourians, which is certainly no game," said party spokesman Paul Sloca. "Missourians want grownups running the state, not children, which is why Republicans continue to be so successful at Democrats continue to play political games instead of offering solutions."

Gamers, Democrats and other children can try their hand at Matt Blunt: Document Destroyer here.

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I like the Rep's reply: "We, grown ups, don't loose time making kiddie games. We deal with serious stuff."

Implicit meaning: "We, bunch of stuck ups, completely miss the point."

Now we just need one for Billary Clinton and Sandy Berger.

Arbre:
I like the Rep's reply: "We, grown ups, don't loose time making kiddie games. We deal with serious stuff."

Implicit meaning: "We, bunch of stuck ups, completely miss the point."

Well, there was JFK: Reloaded but that didn't go over well from a PR standpoint. :P

Man, don't you guys ever get tired of saying Billary?

Malygris:
Man, don't you guys ever get tired of saying Billary?

I'd never heard it anywhere else, just seemed catchy.

The two are peas in a pod, both of them seem a bit south of trustworthy so it just fit. Now Clinton was a good president in my opinion, but I think he and his wife weren't the best of people. Hillary, though, just seems especially bad. Looking over some of the 'controversies' related to her she sounds part politician and part button pusher. 'Course there's corruption in the Right wing, money never goes to the right place in politics. But those scandals seem a bit less Bond Villain-esque and more like they acted as if they were spoiled 5 year olds in a world without consequences.

I got too 100 befor getting bored:D not enough boobs in it.

Also "Some political comment"

 

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