(PRWEB) December 23, 2004
The Monopoly parody board game LiberalOpoly was declared a hilarious parody of the Left from CNN Crossfire's Robert Novak, as well as on Fox NewsÂ Fox and Friends. The game is a political parody on left wing politicians and the special interest groups that support their campaigns. Instead of a thimble or a shoe, player choose a Democratic political candidate and navigate the twists and turns of the election cycle. The site http://www.liberalopoly.com has sold hundreds of games already and promises to get games to their customers before Christmas Eve if they order before the 22nd of December.
Here is an excerpt for Crossfire on December 8, 2004:
NOVAK: If you wish, you can help the Reverend Al Sharpton decide his next move. We've got the perfect Christmas gift for you, "Liberalopoly." It's a takeoff on the classic board game "Monopoly," except, in this version, the goal is to get into office at any price.
And instead of pushing a thimble, a dog or a car around the board, you get to choose from, among others, Hillary Clinton, Ted Kennedy or Al Sharpton.
Reverend Al, it's your roll.
SHARPTON: Well, I'll never get to Boardwalk with the Bush tax cuts, so maybe I can get the game and try to play that way.
NOVAK: There's a card here that says, if you contribute, you collect $25,000 and additional contributions because you have to sit next to James Carville.
The game sells for 29.95 plus shipping and handling. If you wish to purchase visit http://www.liberalopoly.com.