Leave it to Progresswear to put jump into the Osama Bin Laden t-shirt fray with a heady, comic spin. This one is ahead of it’s time, but give it a couple weeks. Osaba Bin Laden will Still be Dead – and you know why, because Donald Trump killed him. I’m sure you thought it was Chuck Norris, but The Donald is stepin’ up. First the birth certificate, not Osama. What’s next? Btw – $3.00 from the sale of the shirts goes to a organization to assist the families of 9/11.
With an argument like this, who can say no? Californian’s and pot lovers alike can grab this Yes on Prop 19 shirt from NerdyShirts.
Not surprising to see some recession based tees popup. This site seems to be devoted to the topic. RecessionJunction.com. The bailout tee’s marginally funny, and probably the best of the bunch. Consider this an open call to comment with any other bailout / economy based tees you find.
Election day vote count is underway so we thought we’d squeeze in one more Obama tee. This time Marlee Matlin sporting a peace dove? tee after hitting Kitson (of course). I think the more interesting test will come post-election when the campaigning is done. Will we still see people cranking out tees for Barack? And will they sell? The only shirts I recall seeing of Bush in recent years were parodies, or worse.
Today’s political pick comes from Print Liberation. The Palien tee.
There can’t be any possible, logical, explanation for this one. It’s McCain carrying Obama to the White House while ‘enjoying a 100% all beef frank’. The drawing isn’t so great, it’s completely ridiculous, and really makes no sense, which is why it’s the perfect political tee. Get it here for $15.
The closer we get to November’s election today the more politically inspired tees you’re likely to see out and about. Most of them, well, suck. Here’s a couple good alternative to the typical schtick from ThrivingInk.com. The line is called “Hope is Dope” and is done by artist AJ Dimarucot. A portion of the proceeds will also make their way to a charity.
Wow, our second political post this week. It is an election year after all. The folks over at Progresswear.com have put together a promotion to mark our 5th anniversary in Iraq. The LIERAQ tee is $5 off through the end of April. Plus a portion of proceeds go to the Veterans for Peace organization. Good cause, great shirt.