Hoo-boy. This new fund-raising t-shirt from the DNC is just screaming out for a parody.
First, the photo:
Now, the pitch that arrived in my e-mail box this afternoon:
A shirt for the Democrats on your list
Jen O’Malley Dillon, Democrats.org
Social Security. Medicare. Women’s suffrage. The G.I. Bill.
Just a few of the game-changing accomplishments fought for — and enacted by — members of the Democratic Party.
We shouldn’t forget the proud tradition of reform we are heirs to — and the inspiring legacy that is ours to uphold.
There’s no better time to remember how we Democrats have fought to better the lives of our fellow Americans than during this season of giving.
So we’ve put some of the best of them on the “Brought to you by” T-shirt available exclusively at our new Democratic Party store.
Get your “Brought to you by” T-shirt today. It’ll make a great gift for the proud Democrat in your family, it’s only $20, and shipping is free.
Get the ‘Brought to you by’ T-shirt
Wearing Democratic gear — whether this shirt or any of the other items — is a great way for you or your friends and loved ones to show support and spread the word about our ongoing commitment to improve the lives of all Americans.
All of the Democratic Party store products are union-printed and American-made.
Instead of hassling with the holiday shopping lines, order one of these great new shirts for the proud Democrats on your list:
Jen O’Malley Dillon
Democratic National Committee
P.S. — We’ve got some other great gift ideas for the holidays, including our lineup of T-shirts, buttons, stickers, posters, and note cards. Don’t miss your chance to pick one up.
Send me your Photoshop parodies. I’ll post the best ones. Extra points for Culture of Corruption-related themes!
Reader Jonathan e-mails:
How about an RNC response:
End of Slavery
1965 Civil Rights Amendment
Fall of Communism
Defeat of HillaryCare
Freedom in Iraq
Sunset of AWB
These things brought to you by the Republican Party. The Republican Party, working to get government out of your way since 1854.