Sharron Angle Launches 'Harry Reid's Amnesty Game'
Campaign game targets Reid's stance on immigration
By Rob Quinn,  Newser Staff
Posted Oct 28, 2010 6:20 AM CDT
Republican Senate candidate Sharron Angle blows kisses as she is introduced at Newt Gingrich's 'Jobs Here, Jobs Now' tour at a Las Vegas hotel last week.   (Getty Images)
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(Newser) – Sharron Angle's latest attack on Harry Reid's immigration policies presents them as a game billed as "fun for the whole illegal family." Harry Reid's Amnesty Game players can roll the dice to receive cards with phrases like "You got deported," paired with information about illegal immigration and Reid's position on the issue, the Huffington Post reports. Click here to play.

The Nevada candidate has already come under fire for what's been called the most racist ad of the season, and for telling a group of Hispanic students who asked about her ads that they looked like Asians. "Angle and her campaign's ad team will go down in history for running a dirty campaign that seeks to demonize hard-working Latino immigrants as criminals and thugs," warns the director of the America's Voice group.