The Scrabble-like board features her playing against President Obama and spells out "ObamaCare," "Rubberstamp" and "Vacay." 

The NRCC has promised to attack Colbert Busch for saying she supports parts of the Democratic health law, tie her to Obama and hit her for using her vacation time to campaign for Congress.

The site is the latest hint that national Republicans are worried Sanford could lose the early May special election in the GOP-leaning district — and hints at what their television ads are likely to focus on, assuming they eventually go on the air in the district. No outside groups have spent significant resources on paid advertising on the race.

A recent Public Policy Polling (PPP) survey from the Democratic-leaning firm had Colbert Busch up 47 to 45 percent.