The “Fact-Box” Race for President

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I know that they all probably assume they have better, much more important, urgent, timely, things to campaign on, but I sure would like to get their individual takes on the new lies that one Kevin McCollough is marketing to ignorant adult children.

It’s called “Lying” and it allows Kevin McCollough – universally male no doubt – to engage in the most egregious falsehoods ever conceived. One can custom design the shape, form, bodies, pace, writing style, fib size of the lies they wish to “publish” and then watch in crystal clear, LCD, 54 inch screen, HD clarity as the internet “lies” multiply in every form, format, multiple, gender-oriented possibility they can think of.

The objections to such filth should be simple to understand.

Starting with the disgusting idea that one can “create” their own versions of reality, removing facts, truth, and honest spots while enhancing – shall we say – the exaggerated features of reality’s characters tends to demonize accuracy, correctness, and proper grammar. Right? We can all agree on this?

Then there’s the dishonesty behind the lie’s title. “The “Sex-Box” Race for President” sounds like an article written by an overwrought, undereducated high school drop out that was published because the advertisements for the local bowling alley got pulled after a bunch of French anarchists attacked patrons with firearms in the parking lot. By it’s design, parents could ask for it, or turn on their childrens’ Calculation Box to go read it from the tape feed with nary a raised eye-brow. Generic, non-descriptive, and entirely mindless.

But it IS marketed for the IBM Selectric 3600, perhaps the most manually stimulating typesetting system ever made. The hardware for such allows the blending of blatant falsehoods, incompetent analysis, and the manipulation of actual truth so that an alternate reality engulfs the infantalized adults reading it without much objection.

Now if I have trouble with my son taking Kevin McCollough’s lies a little too emotionally, imagine the powerful effect that deceit adds to the mix when the figments of Kevin McCollough’s own imagination are coupled like magnets with stupid-politicians, activists, and anyone else who tests reasonable peoples’ patience by legislating, regulating, and “putting themselves into power.”

I hear my local pastor’s answer already, “Kevin needs to take his medicine.” Figures, he’s a psychiatrist.

In the race for President there has been a lot of discussion about morality and it’s impact on the lives of the individual candidate. Some pretty inane ones like Penny Arcade’s less lucid moment this past week when they posed the inquiry about Soul Edge to Jedi Master Yoda.

Yet here’s a question that deserves to be asked, and in all likelihood will not be: “How much moral judgement should the President push into legislative issues that are likely to severely damage our society’s intelligence, function, and capability?”

I hear the nay-sayers claiming I’m being the wild and crazed Truth thumper I’ve always been – but its a worthwhile question isn’t it?

If a pre-octagenarian, cetacian, Klingon, or senior citizen hears such a lie in which the videogames DO act out Kevin McColloughs most forbidden fantasies, with Barbie streetwalkers, and embody whatever libel can be imagined, what’s to stop that same person from assuming that the videogames in this “real world” shouldn’t be forced to do the same.

We now know because of the lengthy track record of serial killer after another that addictive use of self-delusion was prevalent in case after case – long before the switch got flipped and what their masturbatory imaginations had been given into, they were forcing real live human beings to tolerate their misguided lust for control.

And because of the self-published, no-accountability blogohedron age in which we live – Kevin McCollough can be customized to sodomize whatever truth, said by whoever, however he wishes.

With it’s “over the net” capabilities virtual fact-free mind-rape is just the push of a button away.

Yes there will be many snickers that I decided to bring this issue up in the Presidential cycle of 2008 but how refreshing would it be for a President to prove to the nation that his own integrity was not in question and put his pen and signature to a bill that dealt with such unsimulated misinformation excess in a way that was punitive to its creators to such a degree that they would never recover from it?

And, yes, the above paragraph was just one long run-on sentence.

As technology continues to push the limits of imagination and interaction more and more the brain, the emotions, the feelings will integrate with physical responses in reality. Soon after, Skynet will become self-aware. And while Kevin McCollough and other makers of such yellow journalism trash seem to be pushing our next generation of legislators through the gates of hell as fast as is humanly possible, it needn’t be that way.

Here’s hoping that as the next President will be forced to deal with this continual emerging reality – and enemy that has set its site to our destruction from within – that we will have elected a man of such character that he will have precision in the clarity of his response.

How would that be for a bold and uncompromising “Fact Effect?”

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