Video games and politicians don’t mix, or at least that’s what the powers that be want us to believe. The folks in Washington spend a lot of time fighting against our favorite hobby, but let’s face it. With gaming on the rise, there’s a great chance that these folks go home, draw the blinds and power on their console of choice. On that note, we picked some of the country’s most famous politicians and paired them with the games they could enjoy.
John Artest (RunDLC)