Democrats on Pace to Pelt the GOP in 2008

Hersonville, TN (PressExposure) April 13, 2008 -- If the trends of an Internet game ( are any indication of what is likely to occur in this year’s Presidential Election, the Democrats have all the momentum and Barack Obama could win Texas and Ohio in next week’s primaries.

The game’s creator, Joe Butler, says that the Republican “targets” are being pelted by virtual tomatoes by a 2 to 1 margin. “Over the past three weeks the democrats have out scored the GOP big time, and the tomato stains on Hillary are just phenomenal.”

The game allows a player to play as either a Democrat or Republican and pelt politicians and pundits with a peck of juicy tomatoes. “The trends have mirrored the polls’” says Butler, “and in some cases have been a more accurate predictor of primary results than some of those professional polling services. Right now our counter is showing a few interesting trends. Obama is on pace to win Ohio, but Texas appears to be holding steady for Ms. Clinton.”

Perhaps the best element of is that the politicians and pundits have pretty funny things to say. For instance, John McCain says, ‘Thanks for the tomato you little jerk’. It is reminiscent of the way he addressed both Hannity and Colmes when he appeared on their FOX TV show. Hillary states that she’s the only candidate with ‘hot flashes’, and Arnold Schwarzenegger repeats lines from Conan the Barbarian. Other prime targets include John Kerry, Mitt Romney, Mike Huckabee, Dan Rather, George Bush, Ted Kennedy, Newt Gingrich, Al Gore, Condi Rice, Colin Powell, and of course the country’s number one conservative talk host Rush Limbaugh.

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The game is the property of MidTen Media and CEO Joe Butler. Mid Ten also owns,,, and is also involved in banner advertising and email marketing. To reach Joe for an interview call 615-264-4747 ext 111, or Dave Macy ext 118 or email

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Press Release Submitted On: February 29, 2008 at 12:22 am
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