Lifestyle Columnist Ralph De La Cruz writes on South Florida Sun-Sentinel.com:
"When Alexander asked for the video game Call of Duty 4 for Christmas, the only question I had was whether I'd be able to find it. [...] our family is not into any sort of violence. But who could possibly begrudge a man and his boy from killing a few Nazis? [...] But No. 4 has turned out to be much more complicated. That's because it sends you, as British trooper Sgt. John 'SOAP' MacTavish, into the teeth of the Iraqi war. Yep. The war that's going on right now. The one I don't believe we should be fighting. The one I vow my son will never take part in. And there he is playing it out on his Xbox 360. Offing Iraqis for entertainment's sake, as other Americans sacrifice their lives on real-world battlefields. [...] Somehow I found it morally easier to kill Nazis."