A fellowship of NSA spies has been sent forth into the World of Warcraft on a quest to root out nefarious plots against the United State of America. Having to infiltrate many realms to monitor the millions of people playing there, the NSA team donned disguises and adopted alter-egos. Each team deployed into the various realms no doubt had a tactical mix of healers, tanks and damage dealers. You need a good mix of skills on your team to survive this rough world and to get the intelligence you need, especially when you come across a terrorist cell also in similar disguises. If the NSA teams are not good enough with their disguises, terrorist cells throughout WoW are likely to attack them at a moment's notice, especially in the PvP-RP realm (oooh, gotta watch out for that one). But they must succeed. Our nation depends on them.
Meanwhile, the dark lord of the government (is Cheney still in office?) has dispatched Nine Riders of the most terrible form. They are agents of the law operating under the guise of dark, ominous things. In reality, they are there to spy on and terrorize good, innocent dwarves, elves, gnomes and, of course, humans. As long as the Nine are among us in this world, no one's privacy is safe. No one will truly be able to enjoy the pure rush of combat and the thrill of finding booty fit for kings.
I suspect that both the far left and the far right imagine that the NSA's foray into the World of Warcraft is more like the Nine Riders than a fellowship on a noble quest. And Americans in the middle are more likely to see it either as the fellowship (if they see government as a force for good) or a deployment of soldiers to protect us (if they see government as a necessary evil).