On Saturday, TheBlaze TV's weekly comedy show "The B.S. of A. With Brian Sack" aired a satirical advertisement for Glenn Beck's planned city/amusement park hybrid "Independence, USA."
The catch? "Independence, USA" has been re-named "Libertypendence Park," and is presented as many in the media are likely to see it.
A modified "Hall of Presidents" is presented -- the "Hall of Good Presidents." (Photo: TheBlaze TV)
"Step back in time to a vibrant recreation of exactly the way early America might have been if it was the way we wished it were, way back when it wasn't!" the announcer entices.
Viewers can stop by "Non-Union Square," featuring the hall of good presidents and a roller coaster where seat belts are optional ("take that nanny state!").
A slightly modified version of Epcot Center is presented. (Photo: TheBlaze TV)
And if you get bored of the rides, take a look around the Epcot-inspired center where you can tour "what other countries look like in Glenn Beck's mind," the announcer adds.
Failing that, you could also visit the haunted house "Soros Manor," where viewers are frightened by the "ghoulish debt incurred by Democrats."
Check it all out, below:
Click here to see more of the skits from last weekend's episode, and check out "The B.S. of A." every Saturday at 10 p.m. on TheBlaze TV and Dish channel 212.