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Voter Fraud Chic at the Gap; Update: Gap's Response
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Fausta’s Blog spotted the perfect fashion accessory for Obamacorn canvassers — on display at The Gap:

Gap’s garbly response?

Here you go:

Dear gap.com Customer,

Thank you for sharing your concerns regarding Gap’s current “Vote for

___.” campaign.

Gap has always stood for self-expression and individuality, and with one of the nation’s most important elections on the horizon, we’ve launched a program that encourages people to express their opinions and ideas. The Limited Edition Vote Buttons were designed by ten renowned artists, and the “VOTE TWICE!” button was designed by John Waters. Also, a portion of the proceeds from every button sold will go to “Declare Yourself”.

We value each of our employees’ and our customers’ unique ideas and opinions. It is not our intention to offend anyone in any way.

Thank you again for contacting us.

Sincerely,

Shelly

Customer Service Consultant

Ah, John Waters. Well, that explains everything.

(Republished from MichelleMalkin.com by permission of author or representative)
 
• Category: Ideology • Tags: Voter fraud