Sometimes adolescents fail to emotionally mature as they become adults, and their parents find them hopelessly unemployed and addicted to interactive video games like "Assassin's Creed," whose whole purpose is to shoot, kill, maim, destroy and annihilate the enemy.
When those developmentally-delayed folks transfer their frustrations onto the real life political battlefield, some find political blogs such as the liberal haven Daily Kos strangely familiar.
If you'd like some insight into what kind of mean and nasty place the U.S. A. will be if Hillary Clinton or Barack Obama is elected in 2008 and the likes of the Daily Kos' creepers take over the country, check out the dripping fangs responding to John Bambenek's Saturday Illinois Review post "Is the Daily Kos' Marko Moulitsas encouraging voter fraud?"
The attack on Bambenek is not a rare exception. Those who've been let loose from the "Dementium: The Ward" have also been producing a "Mass Effect" against IR editor's criticism of their superhero Barack Obama (see "Daily Kos Stir Fries IR Editor"). Why, anyone who would call out Barack Obama's hypocrisy is an enemy to be annihilated. Forget civil discourse! It's weak and, why, it's bloodless!
One tour of the game world's "Bioshock-" or "Mass Effect"-land, and conservatives should be motivated to get behind one GOP candidate sometime in the near future. Our welfare may depend upon it.