Gamespot - Thompson countersues Take-Two
Looks like Thompson may have been reading Dinesh D'Souza's The Enemy at Home. Admittedly he seems to be blaming game makers and not liberals for 9/11, but the basic framework seems to be the same.
I mostly link this because there's a National Review Online conservative take down of D'Souza that people might enjoy. The short version of that is that even most hard right intellectuals seem to think Islamists (let alone Islamic terrorists) are way worse than liberals. Aww, thanks guys. :P
I don't tend to worry much about the sort of cross-fundamentalist alliance D'Souza calls for. Sure, such alliances are possible. Right-wing catholics and evangelicals tend to get along pretty well these days in America. Similarly some right wing evangelicals support hard-line Israelis (although hard line Israeli isn't a religious grouping). But look at Mitt Romney. He's having trouble on the right because he's a Mormon. There's still debates about whether Mormons are Christians. So while I find the trashing of D'Souza reassuring, I'm not that surprised.