Carlsbad, CA, May 26, 2006 --(PR.com
)-- Slick.com, which began in 1992 as a Clinton lampoon, has joined the border fray with the introduction of its satirical "5 Dolares" counterfeit money.
The bill, which is both parody and protest, features portraits of both George W. Bush and Mexican President Vincente Fox. The very realistic looking bill is the same size as U.S. currency and is issued by the fictional United States of Amexica. "This money is designed to irritate, agitate and otherwise annoy the politically correct crowd while sending a message to our elected representatives," says Michael Dalton Johnson Slick.com's founder.
The bill features a Citizens Declaration, which warns politicians to "Ignore us at our peril."
Slick.com offers other realistic looking political funny money skewering both the left and the right. Their early efforts prompted a Secret Service investigation which eventually was dropped.
The site bills itself as "America's Premiere Lampoon, fully exercising our First Amendment rights since 1992.”
Note to the Editor: To receive a copy of the 5 Dolares bill email email@example.com