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ALL nail polish is tacky......................UNTIL it dries
Designed by Richard Blanch of Le Metier de Beaute.
Set of 3 nail lacquers in a collectable make-up bag, 4.0ml each.
Red-y To Win Red - A delightfully deep red, a bold pop of color that makes a statement.
Victory White - A soft, clean white perfectly polished for every day wear.
Bo Blue - A shimmering sapphire blue, a fun take on the classic navy.
Made in the USA.
Red, White and Blue...you gotta' love it
BTW, other candidates also have stores
for t-shirts, buttons, etc. Our president, by far, offers the most comprehensive line of merchandise. There are items for the whole family including your pet. Some of it is being offered at discount prices so hurry in.
So the problem is.....
.....that Obama's store has a wider selection than the others? Does the Newt Gingrich store sell "Newt's Guide to No-Tell Motels in the DC Area?"
And I'm wondering if
was intended to lead a dog or to lead the country.
Yeah, that's a pretty poorly thought out choice for a campaign trinket.
Obviously fake birth certificates would have been a good bit of devlishness though.
You need to have some fun
There's also the Biden can holder... you know those foam types that folks use to hide their beer. The description says it's for your "soda". Yeah, Right! What could those ad guys have been thinking?
......EZ Wider rolling paper says it's "for finer tobaccos."
Perhaps a better
campaign fund raiser would be to auction off his original birth certificate or college transcripts?
Would bidders accept that the Auctioneer has
authenticated the Birth Certificate....or would James have to give the OK?
but somebody BO's camp could do the authenication.
And once anyone authenticates it
they become an Obama follower
and on and on it goes.
IF James would put his Seal Of Approval on it, the most discerning buyer would be satisfied.
I think the birth certificate idea would
actually work better if it contained a watermark with the Adobe logo.
That would be funny
Or "Honolulu, HI" in an obviously different font.
Mel Brooks was interviewed on 60 Minutes some years ago, and was asked whether he thought "The Producers" was in bad taste. His response (paraphrasing): "I'm a comedian. The worst thing I can do to someone like Hitler is ridicule him."
Perhaps the same principle could be applied to birthers.
I remember in South during 60's
when George C. Wallace was running for president, sometimes you'd get a dollar bill back in change and it had his picture on it in the president's spot. It wasn't an effective advertisement method because people began collecting them instead, lol.