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Anti-Bush Game


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Anti-Bush Game screenshotA lot of thought and design went into developing the Anti-Bush Online VideoGame. It's a mix of SouthPark brashness with old-school 2D side-scrolling fun. Everyone should play it, if for no other reason than to see just how George Bush has failed us as our president. The Emperor has no clothes! We must get rid of him before it's too late.

The tag line for the game says it all:

"A fun and fact-filled adventure about the most appalling presidency in the history of the United States."

And that may be the understatement of the century.

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19 Comments

i am only 14 years old, but i could still challenge bush in any political debate. i live in this little conservative hick town called winchester, where 80 percent of people in my school call themselves republicans, but don't know the real meaning of a republican. i know your game was definitely not meant for kids, but i thought it was hilarious. i listen to howard sterns radio show when i can (i'm at school when it's on), and i love micheal moore's documentaries. anyway, your game isn't meant for kids like me (even though i seek out any and every anti-bush website that i can), but it is a great way to educate adults about george w bush and the way he has screwed up the government that i was once very proud of. i cried on november 2nd. i haven't said the pledge of alliegance in 4 years, and i won't say it until bush is out of office.

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Alex - although I did not make the game myself, I do share your sentiments and I appreciate your comment.

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Hi, I'm ALex's bro.This is the perfect combo of comedy and education.In the words of the comicbook man (on the Simpsons)"best game ever)

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I'm only 12 years old, but even it is not really meant for my age group, I really like the humor and educational parts of the game. I live in a small town in Missouri and nearly ALL the kids at my middle school are Bush Fanatics. I'm glad the game creators could make a game that is fun, but also conveys how apalling bush's policy is.

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yo your game is cool
Mr T and some throwin star bizniz.
I killed the first boss and got killed by a bat. haha.
I pity the fool.

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Froggie July 23, 2006 1:20 PM

I am 10 years old but this game is sooo awesome. I too, have not said the pledge of allegiance in 5 years (that's how long he's been in office) and will not say it again for 3 years.

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Froggie July 23, 2006 1:21 PM

P.S. I love the new look of the site, Jay!

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Cheers, Froggie, you ROCK! =D

(oh, and thanks for the compliment, too! ;)

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Hmm. I should show this to some Bush-supporters and see what they think. But in the blinded eyes of most republicans, they probably wouldn't want to play it because they don't want to see that kind of thing. (even though all these facts are pretty true)
I thought the game was hilarious! The music got a bit irritating after a while but funny and informative too!
I hate how many kids like myself these days fail to look into the truth about things and speak only what their parents have taught them.
At the end of this game I was even more well informed and entertained.
Good choice jay!

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This game illustrates some great points, but it has very mature content in it... This should have a warning.

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Hi, I'm not American, nor have I ever been to the USA. But somehow I am still an Anti-bush, so to speak. I am 13, turning 14 soon. I have watched Bush's speeches, and seen how corrupted he and the government is. They have been losing money for so many years, and now people are losing jobs worse than ever. I am 100% Anti-Bush, although I do not live in the USA. I still do wish for Iraq to win the war, not for the fact that I hate Bush, but for the reason they were attacked under false pretenses.

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the only thing i didn't like about the game was that you didn't have time to go into more of bush's ridiculousness. too bad you couldn't get into more of the serious wrongs he's done to this country. Maybe a sequel game (hint,wink, nudge)...

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Anonymous May 6, 2008 11:21 PM

I cant find a link for this game any more. Does any one have a copy of the game or know of any other place that has the game?

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Veloxio July 7, 2008 9:56 AM

Oh, by the way, the link doesn't work.

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christopher August 21, 2008 7:24 PM

Wow. I thought this was a game site. What's with the political preaching in finger pointing? I do not consider myself a conservative or liberal. I never agreed to the reasoning behind the war in Iraq and I have issues with the NSA wire tapping and the human rights violations reportedly occurring in the Guantanamo Bay detention camp. I also realize that the President of the United States is a figure head and that his decisions are based on the counsel of others and are actualized by the agreement of others, liberal and conservative alike. I can understand children buying into this nonsense that one man is somehow to blame for everything that is wrong during his administration but this is about as narrow minded and naïve a view as Michael Moore's nonsensical assertions concerning history as some ongoing violent and repressive tirade by white Americans. Anyone who actually looks at history closely sees not black and white but a prismatic display of abuses across all cultural lines. Many of the black people sold into slavery were sold by other black people. Germans repressed and slaughtered Jews and Jews repressed and slaughtered Palestinians. Both professed theists and professed atheists have committed mass atrocities. No good guys or bad guys here, just imperfect animals dealing with territorial, religious and racial issues. Bush is not evil any more than Barack Obama is a messiah. These men are just politicians and mouthpieces, the real problem is far more complicated and involves all of us. But I guess pointing fingers and sparking mantles of self-righteousness is a quick and easy fix. Unfortunately it only serves to muddy the waters and make actual positive progress impossible, or slipshod at best. Sorry if I seem overly preachy myself but the posting of this adolescent political crap and the catering to young minds who seem to be overwhelmed by liberal bias is just disparaging to me when all I wanted was to play a game.

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i am 11 going on 12 tomorrow but i just beat the game in 45 minutes and i am so happy bush is out of office.

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Carlo Angelo Serapion December 20, 2011 8:12 PM

So funny....George Bush might be a retired president of the United States but he
hasn't retired from working life. He's now serving up Hot Dogs in New York!
The game is actually very good.

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hansolo325 June 5, 2018 11:27 AM

Actually, you just addint VPN http://tboblogs.com to it and the problem is gone, that's simple.

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