Revealing a shocking loophole in current gun laws, VP Biden has pointed out that videogame characters are currently able to obtain assault-style weapons with no background checks or psychological evaluations, in much the same way that Democrats select political candidates.
If negotiations with the videogame industry are successful, Joe Biden also hopes to create world peace by banning the boardgame "Risk," straighten out America's economic disparity by rewriting the rules of "Monopoly" so that everyone ends up with the same amount of money, and end our nation's ugly history of racism by declaring that in checkers and chess, Black needs to win for at least the next 200 years.
In all seriousness, Hope n' Change would actually like to see some voluntary restraint from the videogame industry and, especially, Hollywood when it comes to glamorizing violence and depersonalizing victims. Not because these things necessarily contribute to real-life massacres, but because they contribute to widespread moral decay.
Of course, some people might accuse the Obama Administration of extreme hypocrisy in their sudden push for gun control, considering that their "Fast & Furious" program gave free weapons to anyone who could prove that they were killers working for Mexican drug cartels...resulting in hundreds of real-life deaths.
But those people are forgetting the Whitehouse's strongly voiced public outrage in 2011 when a videogame maker released "Tea Party Zombies Must Die," which allowed Left-leaning players to invade the Fox News headquarters and use shotguns and automatic weapons to bloodily kill Newt Gingrich, Sarah Palin, Glenn Beck, Sean Hannity, Brit Hume, Rick Santorum, Mike Huckabee, Michelle Bachmann, and a variety of Tea Party types like "old white men" and "rednecks." Do you remember all the government outrage that game caused?!
Yeah, neither do we.