Communicator (communicator) wrote,

Can I get this on a T-shirt?

A few people have linked to this in the last few days, so you might have seen it already. As you know the US is a highly politically divided country at the moment, and one of the organisations who are seen as insufficiently keen on George Bush is the American Association of Retired Persons. This is the advert that was on the American Spectator site, paid for by a rival and more right-wing oldsters organisation (NB the ad seems to have disappeared from the site this morning, but it was there before)

Remember this advert is supposed to make you dislike AARP. In reality it makes them sound like a rather racy group of seniors. Will there be a big fight between the pro-kissing grannies and the aging fascists? Would it look like The Re-enactment of Pearl Harbour by the Batley Townswoman's Guild?

And in a second gratuitous Monty Python pro-kissing reference...

Would you like to come back to my place?

Thanks to Nick for advert links.

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