Wednesday, November 30, 2005

New Legislation Proposed to Limit Access to Violent Video Games

No one wants kids of 16 and under playing games like Grand Theft Auto -- that's why the ESRB rates the games, so that parents can determine which ones they want to purchase for their kids. With all the problems in this country and with our foriegn adventuring, it's a shame to see top Dems wasting their time on this crap, similar laws have already been ruled a violation of the First Amendment in several states:

Senator Hillary Clinton and former vice presidential nominee Joseph Lieberman meanwhile launched new legislation intended to protect kids from graphic, violent and sexual material on their game consoles.

The National Institute on Media and the Family said in its annual report that video game retailors had failed to honor promises to safeguard children from violent and sexual content in new generation video games.

"There has been significant industry progress and reforms over the last decade, but ever more violent and sadistic games are still ending up in the hands of children," said the institute's president David Walsh.
Hillary Clinton targets new rise in video game violence


Anonymous creditlucky said...

Now when children have got up an appetite for the violent video games it is hard to isolate them from it. Anyway, parents' efforts to put their children's weakness for the games under control may help to solve the problem.

8/24/2007 8:24 AM  

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