This Presidential election season was a joke and I’m happy it’s over because the variety of Presidential choices were of lesser quality than the variety of videogame choices at a GameStop store; politics (at least on the federal level) in this country [United States of America] has been as bankrupt as Midway Games.
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Q: What’s the difference between Umbrella Corporation and the US Supreme Court?
One of them selected Albert Wesker and the other selected George W Bush!
Q: What’s the difference between Mega Man Volnutt and Merrick Garland?
A: One’s a videogame character that got stranded on a Moon and the other was a US Supreme Court nominee who got denied a confirmation hearing!
In light of media outlets’ recent and irrational attempts to politically rehabilitate George W. Bush, I hand-drew this political cartoon as a dehabilitating wordplay on the following persons:
- M.Bison (recurring bad guy of Street Fighter II series, Street Fighter Alpha series, Street Fighter IV series, and Street Fighter V), who has a habit of taking on replacement bodies
- George W. Bush (Supreme Court-selected 43rd President of the United States of America and a recurring bad guy in the country’s political scene), who serves as M.Bison’s replacement body in the political cartoon itself
Knowing my pursuit of programming, my mom briefly pitched to me the idea of working for cyber-security in the USA military. Politely refusing to imitate my 2nd sister’s path of programming for the USA military, I let mom know my pursuit of programming is to be centered on the videogaming market.
Reblogging in hope of attracting more Likes and Views.
United States of America has been using videogame technology to market military service for citizens and an obvious example would be the game titled as America’s Army. Alarmingly, this game has been marketed towards underaged children in the country and created displeasure among the Veterans For Peace organization.