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Ron Paul Dodges Neocons In Video Game

April 17, 2012 by  

Ron Paul Dodges Neocons In Video Game
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Gamers can expect an “epic” encounter between Ron Paul and Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke in "Ron Paul, The Road to Revolution."

Ron Paul may soon join the ranks of Mario and Luigi if one liberty-minded game designer is successful in bringing the candidate’s Revolution to the world of video gaming.

Daniel Williams, 27, of Houston said he wanted to use his love of video games to educate young people about Paul’s political message.

Though the game, “Ron Paul, The Road to Revolution,” appears to be more fun than educational, it does have some Paul-centric themes: Traveling through the political landscape of the United States, the Paul character grabs gold coins (sound money) and visits each branch of the Federal Reserve Bank while dodging neocons. The designer also said gamers could expect an “epic” encounter between Paul and Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke.

According to Raw Story, the game should be available for play free on the Internet by July.

Maybe now Paul will be able to defeat the Fed once and for all.

Sam Rolley

Staff writer Sam Rolley began a career in journalism working for a small town newspaper while seeking a B.A. in English. After learning about many of the biases present in most modern newsrooms, Rolley became determined to find a position in journalism that would allow him to combat the unsavory image that the news industry has gained. He is dedicated to seeking the truth and exposing the lies disseminated by the mainstream media at the behest of their corporate masters, special interest groups and information gatekeepers.

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    • bambam

      If it can be a great educational tool for kids, under the auspices of “Super Heroes” and entertaining, it maybe an incredible tool in teaching future generations.

  • castaway

    I am all for anything that will get this man elected. I’am personally starving for a Consitutional government that will run by our constitution.
    The fed however is a realand long term problem that has been like a virus to our financial well being. I would love nothing better, than to see it terminated. There are simply too many people in too many places controlling us. I feel like Uncle Sam has his large hand around my throat, and choking me.

    Vote Ron Paul!

  • Andrew C

    If this doesn’t prove that you ron paul voters are a bunch of loonies, I dont know what will.

    • Steve E

      You are one of many victims of the GOP Establishment Wholesale Brainwashing Machine.

    • Ali

      So, playing a video game means you’re a loonie, i.e. a canadian unit of money? I think you meant loony, which is slang for lunatic. The more educated you are, the more incisive your sense of humor which neatly explains why you don’t get the joke and also why you’re likely to vote for one of the two establishment stooges in November.

  • http://PLD FRENCHIE

    GOTTA LOVE THIS !!! I’M BUYING ONE & I DON’T EVEN PLAY VIDEO GAMES. PROBABLY HAVE TO BATTLE WITH MY 11 YEAR OLD OVER THE PS3 FIRST, THOUGH…………OH, WELL………………..

  • revnowwhilewecan

    From what I understand “neocon” is a not so thinly veiled reference to Jews/Zionists. Is this true?

    • http://teamlaw.org Jazzabelle

      No. It’s short for “neo-conservative.” Think George W. Bush’s outlook on things. As opposed to classic conservative; think Ron Paul’s outlook on things.

      • James

        It’s short for ‘new conservative’ and when first coined, most of those whom were first tagged with it, were zionists.

  • Rocketman

    No revnowwhilewecan. Neo-cons were originally the pro-war democrats like Henry (Scoop) Jackson of Washington State. When the Democratic Party rejected them they moved over to the Republican Party and slowly but surely took it over. That’s why there is no effective difference between the establishment Republicans and establishment Democrats.

    • revnowwhilewecan

      Thanks Rocketman. That’s kinda what I thought but I understand now.

    • Christin

      Rocketman,

      I thought neo-con meant ‘new conservative.’

      But your explanation says they are the old Democrats that left the party when the Socialist took it over decades back…?… do I have that right?

      • James

        Right, Webster says ‘ne’ and/or ‘neo’ mean: “new or recent.”

  • http://rightgunner.wordpress.com rightgunner

    Ron Paul, Saver of the Constitution,
    Rescuer of young girls in short skirts,

    Takes on the counterfeiters at the evil enterprise FEDINC,
    who print money no one earned, selling it back to themselves,
    then lending it to banks, who lend it to people happy to get a
    such a deal, who spend it and then complain why greedy
    people are causing the prices to go up.

    EvilBen whispers into the helpless lady’s ear, come on honey,
    why don’t you and I do a trillion this weekend? Before she
    succumbs and buys into the evil scheme, a streak of fire from
    Ron Paul’s scepter of sovereignty disintegrates Ben and the FED,
    and all of the nation’s money flows free from the vault of deceit, and
    presents itself in golden splendor, never to be debauched again!

    • Christin

      rightgunner,

      Wow, that was great!!!

      YOU have a wonderful way with words [scepter of sovereignty, FEDINC] and an intrinsic imagination which depicts reality. Daniel Williams and his Ron Paul Liberty Program should end Level 50 with YOUR scenario… disintegrating Ben and the FED to let the nation’s money flow FREE so that the people can live in Peace and Prosperity.

      Maybe in his second game he should add CRIMEINC as well which would be all the evil tentacles tied to gov which Ron Paul would encounter one in each state he goes: FED, FDA, FCC, EPA, Dept of Energy, Dept of Education, IRS,… and all the groups that are against our Republic (CPC, DSA, IS, Open Society,…) and the Constitution and Free-Markets

      YOU should either help this guy write the program by perfecting the story line.

      You go Daniel Williams… we will buy your Liberty message program to play if you make it for PC, DSI, or Wii.

      Go Ron Paul!!!

  • 2¢ worth…

    Piss on it.. Ron Paul 2012..!!!

  • Kevin Beck

    What does he do when he visits each of the Federal Reserve Banks? I would hope he firebombs them, but that might seem like I’m cheering for violence.

    The only one deserving of violence (in the context of a video game) is Benny Bernanke.

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