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    Sunday, July 04, 2010


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    I dunno. I like the shirt... happy 4th to you and Mr. J.




    You should wear it to at least one of them... maybe under something conservative and then rip that off...


    LOVE it! Perhaps not appropriate for the parades though :-)


    I'm sure the candidate appreciates the decision...
    Though it would have been amusing to see how the Free Press reported it tomorrow.


    It may have been sound, but not near as fun!


    Hmmm...Do you think the Vt. constituency wouldn't appreciate a candidate's wife wearing a t-shirt from Utah?:) The shirt would certainly would get people talking! Enjoy the parades!

    Emily G

    Unless you have that t-shirt in red, white, and blue I'd wear something else. Happy 4th to you and yours!


    I'd be more inclined to vote for a candidate if his wife wore a shirt like that. I may be in the minority on this one, though.


    wtf? David's constituency has no sense of humour? ;^)
    Have fun, enjoy the parades!


    What Susan said!!!!! You'll stand out and bring more publicity. Isn't that what is needed?

    Melissa in El Cajon

    OK. So I understand you're off trying to the the perfect candidate's wife (that didn't come out exactly as I meant it, but you know what I mean...) but in the meantime, my Kitchenaide ice cream maker attachment has arrived and is freezing away and I'm dying to hear from you--the person responsible for all the extra calories I will soon be consuming--about frozen yogurt!


    Probably NOT appropriate parade-wear (outside Utah, anyway), but still fantastic.


    I think it is refreshing to see truth in politics! Wear it!


    When I was in college, there was a poster up for Southern Mississippi University Theater--in giant letters it said SMUT! SMUT theater! Too funny!


    That tee shirt could have gotten a whole new group of people voting for David, ya know.


    We have a SLUT here in Seattle, too--the South Lake Union Trolley. By the time the Powers That Be had figured out what they had named the trolley, it was too late to do anything about it.

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