The "Slap Hillary Clinton" Online "Game"
29 August 2013
not even been a year since the last US Presidential election but already
the campaign for the next one in 2016 is underway.
No candidates have put themselves forward yet.
But if their supporters had their way, their candidates would have been endorsed by now and set out on the gruelling 24/7 routine politics of “meet and greet” and “grip and grin”
Enthusiasts are already out on the streets wooing voters to support a potential candidate in an election three years from now.
The merchandise is in abundance - T-shirts, posters and buttons
websites are up
Ready for Hillary is already rooting for the former Secretary of State, Senator and First Lady.
click on the image bellow to visit the website
Across the political divide, however, its murkier depths remained fixated with the Clintons.
A right-wing organisation has produced a repugnant online “game” called “Slap Hillary”
Press one button and Hillary speaks
Press another and a hand appears from the other side of the screen to slap her in the face.
The website carries an online petition of high pretensions with a contemptible message :
Hillary Clinton - the name alone strikes dread in the hearts of freedom loving Americans.
Can you imagine what damage a Hillary White House could do to our country? .
Years of image rehab by Hollywood and the liberal media has helped Hillary effectively convince voters to forget about her past.
If left unabated, Hillary Clinton has an excellent chance of becoming our next president.
Our Goal: 20 million signatures to tell Hillary to stay home! SIGN NOW
“game” has understandably disturbed and infuriated women’s groups across
the US who are calling for it to be removed as it condones violence
against women and cannot be justified on the grounds that all
politicians are supposedly “fair game”
In everyday life, the facts are appalling.
Women’s Aid says :
“At least 1 in 4 women experience domestic violence in their lifetime and between 1 in 8 and 1 in 10 women experience it annually. Less than half of all incidents are reported to the police, but they still receive one domestic violence call every minute in the UK”
Violence against women is wrong and not a subject for bad humour.
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