Everyone knows you can always count on Urban Outfitters, that chain of hipster goods with flea-market aesthetics for boutique prices, to find leopard prints sunglasses, cheeky tees and an assortment of colored jorts.
The shirts' slogans, thankfully, skew a little more clever than "NOBAMA," and some even veer profane. One tee reads "Mitt is the Shit" ($28); another has a photo of Mitt in black eye makeup designed to mimic a KISS shirt (discounted to $14.99); another boasts a picture of an oven mitt with an accompanying "Romney" (get it?), marked down to $17.99; and our personal fave: "2 Legit 2 Mitt" with Romney photoshopped into a pair of gold lame Hammer pants.
Despite Urban Outfitters' rebellious and youthful image, Urban Outfitters founder and chairman Richard Hayne is a well-known supporter of conservative causes; Hayne, 64, and his wife have contributed $13,150 to Senator Rick Santorum's campaign and PAC over the years. In 2008, This is Money UK reported that Hayne had "bizarre and old-fashioned" views on homosexuality.
Lest you accuse Urban of being totally partisan, they also sell a tee of President Obama "Tebowing" ($24).
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