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Thursday, September 8, 2011

Video game targets Huckabee, other Fox figures

Posted By on Thu, Sep 8, 2011 at 7:59 AM

POLITICAL ZOMBIES: In video game.
  • POLITICAL ZOMBIES: In video game.

The Wall Street Journal brings news of a new video game — Tea Party Zombies Must Die! Players use a crowbar or gun to dispatch figures representing the likes of Bill O'Reilly, Sean Hannity, Mike Huckabee and other Foxites.

Huckabee reportedly told FoxNews.com “I’m personally flattered to be included in this young game-makers efforts to be funny.” He added that “I do not support the hypocrisy of the left who scream at all offenses they can manufacture toward conservatives, but turn their backs on the same standards when applied to someone of their own political ilk.”

Yes, but I bet Huck will win the race to the courthouse if there's some money to be coined in the enterprise.

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