It's a bold move from the creators of the often-crude, but always entertaining game 'Cards Against Humanity' but they did it, so we'll just have to wait and see what happens next.

Every year the company does some outside-the-box promotion for the holidays and every year they see success. This year, they're rolling out a six-step plan to 'help save America'. The first step, according to Time Magazine, was buying a plot of vacant land along the U.S.-Mexico border and hiring a law firm specializing in land acquisition. "Cards Against Humanity" said the goal is:

... to make it as time-consuming and expensive as possible for the wall to get built.

And for $15, a limited number of customers get six surprises over six days in December on how to save America, reports the Chron. If you think this kind of satirical campaign wouldn't work, the Washington Post reported that it sold out within hours of the announcement.

If what the creators of 'Cards Against Humanity' said are believed to be true, I think we might see some interesting political fireworks in 2018. You know, because we haven't been dealing with that all of 2017 and every other year of our lives.