Monday, December 17, 2012

David Axelrod attacks showing of violent video game ads

Everything but the mental deranged Adam Lanza is going to be blame if the Democrats have their way.
President Obama's top strategist has taken to Twitter to condemn the showing of violent video games during the NFL game in the wake of the Sandy Hook tragedy.

David Axelrod, President Obama's former senior campaign advisor, criticised the showing of 'shoot em up' video game adverts during the game after 26 people - 20 of them children - were slaughtered in Connecticut in what is the worst school shooting in American history.

He wrote: 'In NFL post-game: an ad for shoot 'em up video game. All for curbing weapons of war. But shouldn't we also quit marketing murder as a game?'

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