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Local Politicians


Zello
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A lot of people keep on saying that they want R* to parody Trump or the president but I'd rather that they focus on the local corrupt city politicians instead. The GTA world has had it's share of corrupt politicians that we hear on in the game news and some have had a couple of appearances in the story. In TLAD we had Stubbs, In IV it was mentioned that Bernie was dating Bryce Dawkins the deputy mayor, and in LCS we even killed the mayor R.C Hole but they've all been kinda minor that if you blink you'll miss them they've been for the most part just background characters. I'd kinda like to see them take a more active role in the story as corrupt local politicians and criminals can kinda go hand in hand.

 

Say you're a mobster and have a construction company as a racket that gives no show jobs to the crew. Having a few local politicians in your pocket will help you get the best contracts in the city and more money for the family or you're a corrupt cop that has been added to a councilman/mayor's security detail for a part of the story and you catch them in the act of banging their secretary and so that you won't snitch on him he uses his influence to get you a promotion. Maybe the protagonist or the protagonist's boss doesn't like the current mayor and tries to help a candidate run for office kinda like Donald Love in LCS and so you help them out during their campaign by getting all the dirty work done once they're elected they are forever in your debt. 

 

 

A corrupt ambitious city councilman that then becomes mayor that the protagonist could do missions for. Help them during their campaign by taking out some of the obstacles in their way. Obtaining money to fund their campaign from the protagonist's drug dealing or any other illegal activities. Rigging the election like Toni did in LCS by destroying voting machines, maybe killing or threatening other candidates/city politicians, and blackmailing people.

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RamsaySaint77

If it's set in Vice City they could do a parody of Florida Governor Ron DeSantis if he's still governor by the time Gta VI comes out or other Florida politicians 

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I would like to see someone like Congressman Stubbs appear again. For a side mission, the insider trading stuff was an interesting subplot that fit well with the 2009 economy. 

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we're gonna get that anyway its only a question of how and to what end. corrupt politicians were pretty much a central part of gta iv's tug-and-pull background narrative with bryce dawkins and constant allusions to mayor ochoa. you go up higher and you have IV and V's references to the gubernatorial races: jock cranley vs sue murray being a very clear liberal clintonite vs reagan republican kind of parody, michael graves and john hunter's joke being that they are entirely valueless and apolitical aside from constant personal attacks at each other's expenses. a third of LCS as you mentioned revolved around mayoral politics and all of these guys being in the pockets of gangsters. will this stuff be central to the plot, or will it be background flavor?

 

whether they have a role in the story is different and really depends. in the 80s there was the entire abscam debacle with would be funny in itself. paul castellano's cousin was embroiled in a big scandal with wedtech. in the modern day you have any number of doofy trump-era local scams by republican politicians or (someone very much like clay davis) mayor kwame kilpatrick in detroit, who got a stripper assassinated by the detroit pd. there's real places to draw from, alongside the Goofy sh*t like some politician being a crossdresser or the normal crime story stuff of a politico being involved in a drug ring

 

i hope the next gta isnt contemporary because, especially without dan houser and lazlow, im expecting some sh*t thats low brow even for the low standards of rockstar. like real reddit sh*t. but i do hope they kick up the presidential parody to some degree because while in IV the criticism of george bush was very clearly pointed - he's a moron, a warmonger, deeply eroding national freedoms, even with the prominence of NOOSE (homeland security) instead of SWAT teams being a jab at the anti-terror rhetoric at the time - in V the president is a footnote. it's still lawton, which (since he was a two-termer in IV and apparently in office prior to 2004 in V too) means that george bush served like three or four terms lol. there's no parody of obama beyond some little references to attacks on him being a socialist. i hope they retcon that but even still i hope, whether its reagan or biden or god forbid trump that they make fun of, they do it a little better this go - and they dont f*cking make him appear in person as a central character for some reason

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I don't want them to touch on politics as much. Though, if it's the 80s, a Reagan figure would be interesting. I would want for Rockstar to share what they think about him, because while back then he was almost universally loved, now, over the years, he's attained a controversial status because of his policies that America is still knee-deep in and getting tired of.

When it comes to local politicians, then yeah, it could be great as well. Especially if we're talking about Miami in the 80s which was more reminiscent of the 20th century Wild West than an organized, law-abiding city. Some of the suits there certainly had direct connection to the business.

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One thing I always thought would be cool in a GTA would be to do the typical campaign commercials and interviews on the in-game radio but have the campaign actually be a part of the story as well. I picture the typical republican vs democrat thing but the campaign manager of the person running for the independent party would be someone we end up working for for awhile. The missions would have us digging up dirt on the republican and democrat candidates and this dirt would actually factor into the things we hear on the radio.

 

I don't imagine this would be a major story point, though. More like the campaign manager would just be someone we do a handful of missions for before they introduce us to someone else.

 

I'd prefer they stay away from real figures and events, though. Just keep to doing general parodies of the political parties in general.

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Just now, DexMacLeod said:

One thing I always thought would be cool in a GTA would be to do the typical campaign commercials and interviews on the in-game radio but have the campaign actually be a part of the story as well. I picture the typical republican vs democrat thing but the campaign manager of the person running for the independent party would be someone we end up working for for awhile. The missions would have us digging up dirt on the republican and democrat candidates and this dirt would actually factor into the things we hear on the radio.

 

I don't imagine this would be a major story point, though. More like the campaign manager would just be someone we do a handful of missions for before they introduce us to someone else.

 

I'd prefer they stay away from real figures and events, though. Just keep to doing general parodies of the political parties in general.

I remember thinking about a Rockstar political piece game where at one point in the story you need to push a certain candidate Republican or Democrat to win the election(for your own illegal benefits, of course) and depending on your choice the story takes a totally different direction. You get more in depth of the political underbelly of the party you choose and suffer the consequences of your choice that will be felt not only by you, but the entire in-game world. Something like this would require a bunch of really knowledgeable, clued-up writers, but it could be interesting.

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testarossa 86

honestly, it seems politics has taken a much bigger role in America than years prior.

if the game is set in modern times, I think it's a good opportunity for Rockstar to parody today's current politics.

like the whole thing going on right now about Matt Gaetz is pretty funny and sad.

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If Gta VI were to be set in 1989, they definitely would make jabs at George HW Bush who had just became president that year and he would be George Lawton since the Lawton's are the Gta universe equivalent to Bush. It's funny tho that Joe is still president as of Gta V and they didn't make a parody of Obama, I guess the reason Rockstar didn't make a new guy president is because Obama continued many of Bush's bullsh*t, Rockstar could simply retcon that though. I think Rockstar will avoid parodying former President Trump but they could make a reference to how Lyle Cleethorpes IV was president for 4 years, and they could make jabs at Current President Biden, or Joe Lawton is still president even after 20 years if he was elected in 2001 which that seems to be the case

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I don’t want direct overt parodies of real politicians. First, it opens the door to Lindsay Lohan-type sh*t. Second, it instantly dates the game. Third, it potentially will alienate a significant portion of their fanbase. 
Despite what Sarkeesian likes to believe, not EVERYTHING is political. If they want to lampoon politics as an abstract, that’s fine. So long as they keep it bipartisan, and aren’t just saying “durr Drumpf” or “durr Obummer”. 

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How's this for a parody: GTA set in Washington DC with a mission where you storm congress building like in COD Modern Warfare No Russian 

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, éX-Driver said:

I don’t want direct overt parodies of real politicians. First, it opens the door to Lindsay Lohan-type sh*t. Second, it instantly dates the game. Third, it potentially will alienate a significant portion of their fanbase. 
Despite what Sarkeesian likes to believe, not EVERYTHING is political. If they want to lampoon politics as an abstract, that’s fine. So long as they keep it bipartisan, and aren’t just saying “durr Drumpf” or “durr Obummer”. 

This thread is more focused on local politicians. Governors, State Senators(Not US Senators), and Mayors/City councilmen. Not congress or the President.

 

Local politicians are more likely to be corrupt and involved with criminals and GTA level crime that would be believable.

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3 hours ago, Zello said:

This thread is more focused on local politicians. Governors, State Senators(Not US Senators), and Mayors/City councilmen. Not congress or the President.

 

Local politicians are more likely to be corrupt and involved with criminals and GTA level crime that would be believable.

Several earlier posts directly referenced national American politics by suggesting GTA’s local politicians could be based on the US president, so I was more weighing my opinion on that. My overall point was that national or regional, I don’t want them directly parodying real politicians. Making vague allusions to them and combining aspects of several is fine (Jock Cranley for example mixes Arnold Schwarzenegger and Mitt Romney, and later has aspects of Trump mixed in), but having some spray-tanned fatter old guy named Ronald Rump with dyed blond hair who is a former businessman and constantly talks about “making the city great again” but ‘is in actuality a secret turbo fascist nazi white supremacist who wants to enslave black people and keeps little mexican kids in cages’ would be enough to convince me to not even buy the game. There’s parody, and there’s just being a partisan hyperpolitical hack. 

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59 minutes ago, éX-Driver said:

Several earlier posts directly referenced national American politics by suggesting GTA’s local politicians could be based on the US president, so I was more weighing my opinion on that. My overall point was that national or regional, I don’t want them directly parodying real politicians. Making vague allusions to them and combining aspects of several is fine (Jock Cranley for example mixes Arnold Schwarzenegger and Mitt Romney, and later has aspects of Trump mixed in), but having some spray-tanned fatter old guy named Ronald Rump with dyed blond hair who is a former businessman and constantly talks about “making the city great again” but ‘is in actuality a secret turbo fascist nazi white supremacist who wants to enslave black people and keeps little mexican kids in cages’ would be enough to convince me to not even buy the game. There’s parody, and there’s just being a partisan hyperpolitical hack. 

 

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I want more stuff like this. Marion Barry the former Mayor of DC was caught on tape doing drugs.

 

 

 

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On 4/9/2021 at 1:43 PM, éX-Driver said:

I don’t want direct overt parodies of real politicians. First, it opens the door to Lindsay Lohan-type sh*t. Second, it instantly dates the game. Third, it potentially will alienate a significant portion of their fanbase. 
Despite what Sarkeesian likes to believe, not EVERYTHING is political. If they want to lampoon politics as an abstract, that’s fine. So long as they keep it bipartisan, and aren’t just saying “durr Drumpf” or “durr Obummer”. 

When was the last time you played GTA IV? The in-game radio, tv, and mission dialogue are all overtly political and quite left leaning. As was stated earlier, many allusions to the Bush administration and conservative fear mongering are present throughout the entirety of the story. There's an entire mission dedicated to luring a homophobe out and beating him to death, and another where Niko chases down a dude for ripping off undocumented immigrants. It hasn't dated the game at all; in fact its social commentary has very much stood the test of time, seeing as all these topics have become increasingly relevant over the past decade. I can't recall any portion of the fanbase complaining about feeling alienated by this either.

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1 hour ago, D T said:

When was the last time you played GTA IV? The in-game radio, tv, and mission dialogue are all overtly political and quite left leaning. As was stated earlier, many allusions to the Bush administration and conservative fear mongering are present throughout the entirety of the story. There's an entire mission dedicated to luring a homophobe out and beating him to death, and another where Niko chases down a dude for ripping off undocumented immigrants. It hasn't dated the game at all; in fact its social commentary has very much stood the test of time, seeing as all these topics have become increasingly relevant over the past decade. I can't recall any portion of the fanbase complaining about feeling alienated by this either.

The ambiance on the telly and radio go both ways, mocking bleeding hearts on the left just as much as conservatives.

The other missions aren’t topical commentaries on what were then current-events. At no point were you hammered over the head with “right wing bad” except when you were shortly after hammered over the head with “left wing bad”. Gay Tony was not exactly a positive portrayal of homosexual men, if you remember. Niko himself was not exactly a shining example of illegal aliens being good people. This was my entire point; they don’t overtly pick a side and tell you who is good and who isn’t. EVERYONE is portrayed as morally grey at best.

 

 You’re cherry-picking and you know it. 

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9 hours ago, éX-Driver said:

The ambiance on the telly and radio go both ways, mocking bleeding hearts on the left just as much as conservatives.

The other missions aren’t topical commentaries on what were then current-events. At no point were you hammered over the head with “right wing bad” except when you were shortly after hammered over the head with “left wing bad”. Gay Tony was not exactly a positive portrayal of homosexual men, if you remember. Niko himself was not exactly a shining example of illegal aliens being good people. This was my entire point; they don’t overtly pick a side and tell you who is good and who isn’t. EVERYONE is portrayed as morally grey at best.

 

 You’re cherry-picking and you know it. 

There's no way you're genuinely making the claim GTA IV was centrist in its portrayal of American politics. The entire story is predicated on the fact that America demonizes immigrants who come here in search of a better life and the effects that cultural hysteria has on those involved. The conservative radio station is scathing in its portrayal of the right; constant hypocrisy and fear mongering that borders on white nationalism. A caller ends up shooting a foreigner after being encouraged to do so by the host. The left leaning station Public Liberty Radio on the other hand simply hosts a debate with a pharmaceutical company spokeswoman transparently fighting against saving lives. Various weazel news reports are constantly riffing on all these issues as well as you progress through the story: police brutality, homophobia, global warming denialism.

 

 

At what point throughout this mission is Hossan portrayed as even the least bit morally grey? He's absolutely written as a sympathetic character here.

 

 

In Union Drive, Niko goes on a full minute rant about homophobia among conservative politicians being total insanity. There's no additional dialogue that contrasts this point afterwards. Bernie is perhaps the most morally sound character you meet throughout the entire game. Your claim about both characters in these encounters being morally questionable is objectively false.

 

The internet in particular is almost complete unabashed mockery of the right with multiple news articles like this.

 

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You and I can go back and forth on this but I promise I'll list you far more examples of Rockstar sh*tting on the right than you can the other side. The series as a whole relentlessly lambasts capitalism and its detrimental effects on society. The funniest part is I wholeheartedly believe if GTA IV was released today people would be up in arms about Rockstar getting too political when that has been their modus operandi from day one.

 

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1 hour ago, D T said:

There's no way you're genuinely making the claim GTA IV was centrist in its portrayal of American politics. The entire story is predicated on the fact that America demonizes immigrants who come here in search of a better life and the effects that cultural hysteria has on those involved. The conservative radio station is scathing in its portrayal of the right; constant hypocrisy and fear mongering that borders on white nationalism. A caller ends up shooting a foreigner after being encouraged to do so by the host. The left leaning station Public Liberty Radio on the other hand simply hosts a debate with a pharmaceutical company spokeswoman transparently fighting against saving lives. Various weazel news reports are constantly riffing on all these issues as well as you progress through the story: police brutality, homophobia, global warming denialism.

 

 

At what point throughout this mission is Hossan portrayed as even the least bit morally grey? He's absolutely written as a sympathetic character here.

 

 

In Union Drive, Niko goes on a full minute rant about homophobia among conservative politicians being total insanity. There's no additional dialogue that contrasts this point afterwards. Bernie is perhaps the most morally sound character you meet throughout the entire game. Your claim about both characters in these encounters being morally questionable is objectively false.

 

The internet in particular is almost complete unabashed mockery of the right with multiple news articles like this.

 

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You and I can go back and forth on this but I promise I'll list you far more examples of Rockstar sh*tting on the right than you can the other side. The series as a whole relentlessly lambasts capitalism and its detrimental effects on society. The funniest part is I wholeheartedly believe if GTA IV was released today people would be up in arms about Rockstar getting too political when that has been their modus operandi from day one.

 

“Entire story predicated on how America demonises immigrants” and then shows that illegal aliens are often criminals who move into countries specifically to avoid the law and enrich themselves.

 

“They go out of their way to bash homophobes” and then portray Gay Tony as a fey drug-addled sex addict who uses his club as an excuse to launder money and who emotionally abuses the people around him.

 

“The series as a whole lambasts capitalism” whilst profiting off it with no remorse. 
 

like I said, you’re cherrypicking and looking for partisanship that isn’t there. Newsflash: R* don’t care about you or your beliefs, they’re not ‘on your side’. You should be ashamed of yourself as a leftist for siding with the big multinational corporations your ideology so thoroughly opposes. It should be painfully obvious that it’s a grift to milk cash out of the social activists, and it’s especially jarring to see you latch onto GTA when Rockstar are one of the least shall we say ‘woke’ of the big game developers. Just because they painted a rainbow on their product doesn’t mean it’s morally righteous and clean from a leftist viewpoint. That’s the exact sort of mindless consumerism I thought left wing/progressive politics fought AGAINST.

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I just hate Rockstar's take on American politics, it's so lame.

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10 hours ago, éX-Driver said:

“They go out of their way to bash homophobes” and then portray Gay Tony as a fey drug-addled sex addict who uses his club as an excuse to launder money and who emotionally abuses the people around him.

Gay Tony being a fey drug-addled sex addict who uses his club to launder money has nothing to do with his sexual orientation. To imply such would be as preposterous as stating Niko is a murderer as a result of heterosexuality. The only plot in the game where a character's homosexuality is central to the story is Bernie Crane's relationship with Bryce which very much paints the former in a positive light.

 

10 hours ago, éX-Driver said:

“The series as a whole lambasts capitalism” whilst profiting off it with no remorse. 
 

like I said, you’re cherrypicking and looking for partisanship that isn’t there. Newsflash: R* don’t care about you or your beliefs, they’re not ‘on your side’. You should be ashamed of yourself as a leftist for siding with the big multinational corporations your ideology so thoroughly opposes. It should be painfully obvious that it’s a grift to milk cash out of the social activists, and it’s especially jarring to see you latch onto GTA when Rockstar are one of the least shall we say ‘woke’ of the big game developers. Just because they painted a rainbow on their product doesn’t mean it’s morally righteous and clean from a leftist viewpoint. That’s the exact sort of mindless consumerism I thought left wing/progressive politics fought AGAINST.

Where have I once defended Rockstar as a company? If you scroll through my post history you'll find that I sh*t on them at just about every opportunity I get. What I'm lamenting is their former writing staff and the ideals they clearly let seep into the script. The idea that sh*tting on conservatives was some kind of grift to increase sales on an action game in 2008 is absolute fantasy. No one bought this game with the intention of hearing left leaning satire nor was it ever mentioned in any kind of preview for the game. All I've done here is highlight moments in a videogame where the creatives behind it expressed a particular political sentiment. Every piece of art is influenced by the personal views of the artist producing it whether they're profiting off of it or not.

 

I do however appreciate your reluctance in providing evidence of what you claimed to be equal mockery of both sides of the political spectrum. It's the equivalent of sticking a finger in both ears and pretending it's not there. Your original argument was that Rockstar shouldn't explicitly take any particular side and I've provided you ample evidence of them doing just that. It's worth noting that Niko is played as the straight man in just about every situation he's placed in. He's very much a stand-in for the writers themselves and this becomes increasingly transparent during the Union Drive dialogue. The entire story starts off deliberately showcasing his reluctance to engage in criminal activity with the intention of emphasizing that it's this country that forces him to continue his life of crime. He's about as sympathetic as you could possibly get in a videogame fundamentally designed around an open-world criminal sandbox framework.

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testarossa 86

I must say, I am not surprised this thread turned into a battle between 2 people arguing about what political side Rockstar likes or dislikes.

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On 4/13/2021 at 9:17 AM, testarossa 86 said:

I must say, I am not surprised this thread turned into a battle between 2 people arguing about what political side Rockstar likes or dislikes.

 

I just want the GTA version of Clay Davis.

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On 4/24/2021 at 5:35 AM, Zello said:

 

I just want the GTA version of Clay Davis.

So much of the wire could be implemented into a GTA game. Imagine putting drug money in property development through corrupt politicians then having to cover your tracks.

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On 5/10/2021 at 6:33 PM, the consigliere said:

So much of the wire could be implemented into a GTA game. Imagine putting drug money in property development through corrupt politicians then having to cover your tracks.

This!

This is exactly what I want. I would love that so much.

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I must say, I am not surprised this thread turned into a battle between 2 people arguing about what political side Rockstar likes or dislikes.

the only side i like is the cold side of the pillow at night

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You had me at rather focus on local.  I am so tired of seeing people bicker over the nation or saying burn it down or blaming red areas for the state of blue areas or thinking what they know in the blue cities they never leaves is indicative at all as to what the rest of the country is like, as if Poland is responsible for america - it’s the same thing. Like, okay Portland, be mad. However that is not what life is like in other cities.

 

Once the leftist areas realize this, they would be that much closer to having 100 million people in red states rooting for them or joining their cause. As long as they are chanting death to america instead of death to the DINO party, all they are doing is looking crazy to red areas. As long as they let the media tell them to point at anyone but them & the Democratic Party, they are cutting their nose off to spite their faces. 

 

When I lived in New Jersey & hadn’t ever seen any other places, I hated & wanted to change the world, too. Once I changed location, I realized I was just in a democrat area & blind to the difference between places, surrounded by people who were trapped on the same plantation as I was.

 

Tale as old as time. Or, at least, tale as old as Plato. Pic related:

 

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I'd love to see Rockstar parody the anti-mask town halls if Covid is still present when 6 is released.

 

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Does anyone remember Budd Dwyer?

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Does anyone remember Budd Dwyer?

Oh yeah, this guy

 

 

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1 hour ago, MrBreak16 said:

Oh yeah, this guy

 

 


classic 

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