Rape Game Stirs Outrage, Insane Rightwing Column
You'd think conservatives would be pleased by this, as Quinn has helped blocked dissemination of the highly offensive game without passing another Nanny State law of the sort right-wingers oppose. However, at Town Hall Kenneth McCullough offers an essay called, "What Liberals share with 'Rapelay,'" explaining that "Liberals are long known for light sentences for child molestors, opposition to child rape and child porn laws," and that "Defenders of [Rapelay] say it's not real rape because it only occurs between computer animations. There are no genuine side effects. And it won't impact reality. Sort of like what liberals sound like when it comes to our money." We guess it's true what the media watchdogs say -- some people really can't distinguish between fantasy and reality. Screenshot via Something Awful.