New Teabagger Game about R3VOLution!

This is funny in a weird and wrong kind of way, but it’s too ripe to pass up.  Stand back!  There’s a new game on the Internet Tubes: United States Of Earth_1255726024053

…and it’s called “United States of  Earth”, which involves what sounds suspiciously like Civil War, or at least, the US morphing into one gigantic, feverish, sweating, drooling, spittle-flecked, cheeto-munching teabagging party.  The backstory, please!:

It is the year 2011. The United States has become saturated with suspicion and unrest. Since early 2010, President Barack Obama, President Felipe Calderon of Mexico, and Prime Minister Stephan Harper of Canada have been conducting private meetings with each other and various political heads of the U.N. None of the meetings are open to the media, let alone the public.

Harpy‘s even in on it, that Socialist bastard.

Americans, thoroughly disgusted with the socialistic programs that have been thrust upon them over the last few years, vote out seventeen of the nineteen Democrats in the Senate and 178 in Congress that were up for reelection.

BWAHAHA!  Onward…

Private Ownership of firearms has been outlawed, and Obama has promised a new era of equality and peace.  Unfortunately for Obama, Americans would not act like the sheep he had taken them for.  Revolution begins.

Equality and Peace!?  Fascist!  Marxist!  Don’t tread on my Medicare!  This radical agenda obviously calls for “R3VOLution”, and players are encouraged to jump in and start saving American Freedom:

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You can join up for free and become a “Made Member” (“made” is presumably as in the mob, as in “I Am The Mob” etc.  Cute.).  Here are a couple of members’ avatars:

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Hmmm, can I get in the game?United States Of Earth_1255730190841

Yes I can!

(h/t – Wonkette)

8 Responses to “New Teabagger Game about R3VOLution!”

  1. 1 toujoursdan Saturday, October 17, 2009 at 12:05 pm

    You might find this article interesting. The Very Separate World of Conservative Republicans

    It seems clear that as society has gone through social, economic and demographic changes that have passed the right-wing by, they have retreated into ever smaller but more intense sources of information and then use the internet as an echo chamber.

  2. 2 Reality Bites Saturday, October 17, 2009 at 5:55 pm

    It’s not like I believe any of this nonsense, but don’t you think it would be best to act like we do and throw Harper in jail? That way their fantasy will be stopped in its tracks and, well, if we have to let our current prime minister rot in jail for the rest of his natural life, that’s a price I’m willing to pay.

  3. 3 Rev.paperboy Saturday, October 17, 2009 at 10:37 pm

    is there an option that lets me play on the Obama side and throw Rush Limbaugh in front of a firing squad? One that lets me nuke the annual NRA convention or call in an airstrike on FOX News HQ. ‘Cause that might be a great stress reliever…

  4. 4 JJ Sunday, October 18, 2009 at 8:35 am

    toujoursdan – Thanks for the link, very interesting indeed.

    A long time ago, on my old blog, I posted about a study that was done over decades, following kids from kindergarten age into their 30’s. The kids who were shy, fearful and hesitant to try new things inevitably grew up to be conservatives. The kids who were curious, outgoing and creative almost always became liberals. So there’s more to it than ideology, even. It’s fear, especially fear of change.

  5. 5 JJ Sunday, October 18, 2009 at 8:48 am


    don’t you think it would be best to act like we do and throw Harper in jail?

    Good point — that would fuck up the game, players who want to arrest Harper but let Obama go. Tilt! Tilt! Tilt!

  6. 6 JJ Sunday, October 18, 2009 at 8:51 am


    is there an option that lets me play on the Obama side and throw Rush Limbaugh in front of a firing squad?

    I didn’t get any further than signing up for it (“Islamofascilibtard”), but by some of the names I checked it looks like there are players on both sides — “Liberal Scum” is taken 😆

    I read somewhere in the backstory that Rush and Glenn Beck had both been executed… 😯

  7. 7 fern hill Sunday, October 18, 2009 at 10:04 am

    Thanks, toujoursdan, that is an interesting read.

    JJ, I remember seeing a report fairly recently linking political leanings to optimism/pessimism. Optimism was associated strongly with progressives, pessimism with conservatives. I think the Republican base’s mindset is the result of a combination of fear — as you say, especially of change — and pessimism AND a pretty high degree of stupidity and/or ignorance.

  8. 8 JJ Sunday, October 18, 2009 at 10:40 am

    fern hill – John Stuart Mill.

    That said, I have no doubt there are a lot of intelligent conservatives out there (somewhere), but they’re not among the purple-faced, spittle-flecked mental defectives who seem to get all the publicity these days.

    It’s sad, really, when you look at some of the bizarre ideas these people are being manipulated with. And they allow it to happen because they’re afraid.

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