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OMFG – Urban Outfitters Releases Line Of Mitt Romney 2012 Tees Reading “Mitt Is The Shit” sums it up nicely:

What’s your pleasure, young person who lives in a Mormon Williamsburg of the mind? Mitt, dolled up like a member of KISS? A subtle picture of an oven mitt, and the word ROMNEY? A Hammer-pantsed “2 Legit 2 Mitt” Romney — which, if you think about it for half a second, doesn’t make any sense whatsoever. And though I don’t believe in victim blaming, I will warn that if you decide to go out walking down the street in a distressed, elephant-logoed “Mitt Is the Shit” shirt, you will have no one to blame but yourself for the inevitable butt-trouncing you receive.

If I saw someone wearing something like that, I’d be tempted to slap the Mitt out of them.


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3 thoughts on “OMFG – Urban Outfitters Releases Line Of Mitt Romney 2012 Tees Reading “Mitt Is The Shit””

  1. Question… is this pro-mitt romney, or anti-mitt romney. I cannot quite tell from the shirts what the intention is.

    I highly doubt the Romney campaign wants their cannidates name rhymed with ‘Shit’.

    1. Actually it is PRO targeted at the hipster buyers which is insane.

      Urban Outfitters is really a SICK company and owned by a GOP loon named Richard Hayne. Haynes, President/Founder of Urban Outfitters and owner of Anthropologie and Free People contributed over $13,000 to Santorum’s campaign and Political Action Committee over the years

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