This "attack the videogame" is just hype so politicians can be seen to be doing something "for the children." This ALWAYS goes will with the people at large, excusing any action on their part regardless of its real-world effect. It's a good thing the courts have the sense to kill any legislation based on it. Even so, just having the laws proposed costs taxpayers money. I don't consider it to be in the interest of the people for them to continue proposing them, particularly when they could be doing something else more productive.
"Words are deeds." - Wittgenstein