Wednesday, June 22, 2011

And All I Got Was This Crappy $30 T-shirt?

By the Left Coast Rebel

My local San Diego Tea Party compatriots with the Southern California Tax Revolt Coaltion are a smart bunch. Many of them sign up to leftist newsletters and email alerts from various nutroots/Obama/Soros-funded outfits. It's a great way to feel the pulse of the far, far, left. What better way to know what is worrying them than to sign up for their "alerts" and such?

Having said that, this little gem was in the inbox of a San Diego Tea Partier, an alert from Obama's "Obama for America" re-election outfit:

Dear Obama supporter --

We just launched our full 2012 campaign online store, where you can pick up new shirts, stickers, signs, mugs, water bottles, and all sorts of other gear.

Those '08 bumper stickers and t-shirts are a source of pride, but getting your 2012 stuff now can show your determination to see through all the work we've started together.

Donate $30 or more today and get your 2012 T-shirt:

Get a 2012 T-shirt today.

There's a lot to do in the coming months to build this campaign, and the President's counting on us to be the ones to get that work started.

How about a new 2012 shirt to wear while you're out there at phone banks, knocking on doors, or just going about your day?

Donate $30 or more today to get your T-shirt:



Julianna Smoot
Deputy Campaign Manager
Obama for America

Paid for by Obama for America

Contributions or gifts to Obama for America are not tax deductible.

"Thirty bucks and all I got is this crappy shirt?"

I can hear it right now as Teh One goes down in smoldering electoral flames, November 4, 2012.

Methinks these won't sell nearly as well at the ObamMao t-shirts that were flying off the shelves in Shanghai (the Chinese, of all people, know a Dear Leader type when they see one) or perhaps the post-election Obama-mania merchandise for sale near a few blocks away from D.C.

Exit question: Anyone want to make millions opening a shop that does nothing more than laser removal of Hope and Change tramp-stamps?

Related: At Politico, via Memeorandum, "Poll: 3 in 10 sure they'll vote for Obama." Cross posted to LCR.

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