You, Too, Can Play the D.C. Game

Biggovernment.com noticed a new board game Republicans will surely like. “A small business owner and self described recovering politico, Philip Guthrie couldn’t resist the urge to poke fun at the Obama administration. That’s why the 37-year-old developed Spread the Wealth Around, a board game that exists ‘to train you bitter clingers to practice the art of class warfare, dodge death panels, cheat on your taxes and do your small part to increase our national debt.'”

The author lives in Washington, D.C., and worked on it for 18 months. Here’s how you play:

“Choose membership in one of four organizations: Public Service, Obamacare, Big Labor or Wall Street. From your perch atop the ruling class, you’ll bankrupt other players, drag them before show trials, carve them up in unnecessary surgery or just get one of your big labor goons to wack ’em in Rocko Roulette.

“Rather than accumulate wealth in Spread the Wealth Around, you’ll rack up mountains of debt – just like Obama’s America. Scam dead people and collect their Social Security in Public Office. Unplug granny and play the lawsuit lottery in Obamacare. Gamble and go burnin’ and lootin’ with Big Labor. Cut inline for your Wall Street bailout – it’s all for the children.

“Do you believe everything you see in the mainstream media, or just feel like you missed out on Cash for Clunkers and ACORN brothels? Do you want to take other people’s money for the nanny state and social justice? You’ll play this political game like any pro in Washington.

“Why earn when you can spend? Why work when you can party? You don’t have to be an assistant deputy undersecretary for central planning to get too big to fail – you just have to Spread the Wealth Around! If you never let a crisis go to waste, then leave behind the little people in the tea party and get your green job aboard the high speed train to the ruling class.”

You can purchase the game at Amazon. Hurry, you’ll want to order in time for Christmas in flyover country. Act quickly because the Fast and Furious debacle may make the game obsolete before the term is up!

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