Saturday, October 17, 2009

Government Bans a Game

Did you know your tax dollars funded their efforts?

Robert Bowie Johnson, Jr. tells the story

In 1980, as young businessmen frustrated with government rules and taxes, my partner and I produced and marketed a board game called "Public Assistance: Why Bother Working for a Living?" We intended the game as a parody of government liberalism, with a special focus on the able-bodied loaferism, welfare fraud, and social chaos its domestic policies promote. Threatened by the game's popularity, embarrassed liberals successfully implemented a nationwide government plan to "remove the game from the marketplace."

And this seems important too, the author, Mr. Johnson, is a West Point graduate and an airborne ranger infantry veteran of Viet Nam.

What a dastardly fellow. A threat to the American Order....

He is the author of "The Parthenon Code: Mankind's History in Marble" and "Noah in Ancient Greek Art." His Web sites are and

I'm so glad the Liberal Fascists are around to "protect" us from the likes of him.

The Gunslinger

1 comment:

  1. Lets add his name to the list of people to deport to gitmo when the smoke clears!