Obamacare The Game

Now Everyone Can Play Games with Americans' Health Insurance

Obamacare The Board Game Is Hot Off The Press and Now On Sale

It promises to be more fun than the truth (since there was so little truth in the promises.) Affordable healthcare for all! With all the amazing efficiency our government is known for! You can even keep your old plan if you want…or at least the letter telling you it's been cancelled.

So put your logic on hold and play along with the rest of the nation in this clever and comical send up of one of the craziest schemes ever foisted on the American taxpayer! Unlike the real program, everybody doesn't have to play, but you and your friends will want to enjoy the zany fun of Obamacare The Board Game.

"It's the kind of creative insanity that only an insulated, out of touch government bureaucracy can cobble together," mused game creator Jack LeFeber. "It's funny, educational and a little sadistic at the same time."

Obamacare The Board Game features a colorful layout, creative action cards, and a fun style of play that humorously points out the finer points of the inaptly named Affordable Care Act. Players can choose the Tea Party, Democratic, Republican, Green Party or Occupy Wall Street, while facing an added player - The IRS. Each player starts out as a small business owner (except the Occupy Wall Streeters, who start out unemployed). Along the way, you are taxed, troubled, hospitalized, or may even fall victim to a Death Panel as you make your way around the board.

"I may have added a few exaggerations," chuckles LeFeber. "But most of the game's penalties are based on the President 's signature piece of legislation. And because the actual law is brought to you by the same folks who so efficiently manage the US Postal Service, Social Security Trust Fund and $17,000,000,000,000.00 in government debt...you know the game is rigged from the start."
The wryly humorous board game is made in Louisville, KY, so it supports American manufacturing, and will be taxed and troubled like any other small business.

It's more fun than a Death Panel, and the ultimate gift for frustrated fiscal conservatives and disillusioned Democrats alike. Order yours today at www.obamacaregame.com.

Unlike the government website, ours actually works. And we even guarantee you can keep your current board games, if you want to! Order yours today!

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Tags: Affodrable Care Act, board games, ky, louisville, Obamacare

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