How to win a political debate with only the t-shirt on your back

10.9.2008

By Seth Plattner

As part of our ongoing series of politically-inspired fashion options that we'd consider wearing out in
public without facing death -- if only a social one -- by
embarrassment, we previously looked at what Obama had to offer from his Runway to Change campaign, then we brought you a few surprising winners from McCain supporters, and today we continue with some shirts that may not be necessarily tied to a candidate, but will nevertheless get your political point across.

TheaddictionmainThis shirt from Demockratees.com makes an obvious statement about a political issue without name dropping, so you're safe to wear it in those pesky "no-politicking at the polls" zones.

Biodiesel_bouquet_t_shirt_earth_day One thing both parties can agree on is the need for alternative energy sources. This one from earthday promotes a move to biodiesel fuel, and, hey, it's pink, so win-win for us.

Huddledmassesmain
Another option from Demockratees, the shirt's description posits the graphic as a slam against our ever tightening borders, but couldn't it just as easily be seen as championing the cause?

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Because even Libertarians need to look stylish, there's this tee from, where else, LibertyManiacs.com. Benjamin Franklin's famous etching now let's the world know that you hate the system and the system hates you.

-- SETH PLATTNER

As part of our ongoing series of politically-inspired fashion options that we'd consider wearing out in
public without facing death -- if only a social one -- by
embarrassment, we previously looked at what Obama had to offer from his Runway to Change campaign, then we brought you a few surprising winners from McCain supporters, and today we continue with some shirts that may not be necessarily tied to a candidate, but will nevertheless get your political point across.

TheaddictionmainThis shirt from Demockratees.com makes an obvious statement about a political issue without name dropping, so you're safe to wear it in those pesky "no-politicking at the polls" zones.

Biodiesel_bouquet_t_shirt_earth_day One thing both parties can agree on is the need for alternative energy sources. This one from earthday promotes a move to biodiesel fuel, and, hey, it's pink, so win-win for us.

Huddledmassesmain
Another option from Demockratees, the shirt's description posits the graphic as a slam against our ever tightening borders, but couldn't it just as easily be seen as championing the cause?

Picture_2
Because even Libertarians need to look stylish, there's this tee from, where else, LibertyManiacs.com. Benjamin Franklin's famous etching now let's the world know that you hate the system and the system hates you.

-- SETH PLATTNER

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