"That One" T-Shirts- On Sale NOW!

Believe it or not, I’ve been getting a lot of requests for T-shirts of my “That One” designs, so I have set up a Cafe Press store so you can get your very own “That One” T-shirt. ┬áThere are tons of “That One” items there, but none have the same design I did (thankfully!) ­čÖé ┬á

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Here are the items available (click to be brought to that item in the store):

“That One” ringer T-shirts, in white cotton with red, blue or black ‘rings’. Sizes available: S, M, L, XL and 2XL. $24.99

That One Fitted T-Shirt
“That One” fitted T-shirts, in white cotton. All Sizes available: S, M, L, XL and 2XL. $25.99

That One plain white T-shirt
“That One” plain white T-shirts, 100% cotton. Sizes available: S, M, L, XL, 2XL, 3XL and 4XL.
$24.99

That One Light T-Shirt
“That One” light T-shirts, 100% cotton, available in natural, grey and light blue. Sizes available: S, M, L, XL, 2XL and 3XL.┬á$24.99

10% of all proceeds will go toward to the Obama-Biden campaign. After the election, those proceeds will go toward various causes. I’ll have more products to sell in the near future.. so watch for more goodies! Thanks for your interest!

That One

While making a point during the most recent debate, John McCain referred to Barack Obama not as “Senator Obama” or “Barack” but “That One.”

He was explaining, at the time, his opposition to the 2005 Bush energy bill which was, in McCain’s words, “loaded down with goodies, billions for the oil companies.” McCain then tried to explain how Obama apparently supported this bill but he didn’t, but did so in a tone that was blatantly disrespectful to Obama:

“You know who voted for it? You might never know. That one,” said McCain, pointing at Obama, not even looking at him while doing so. “You know who voted against it? Me.”

Pundits, bloggers and columnists from far and wide have been denouncing McCain’s demeaning reference, calling it disrespectful and, in some cases, blatantly racist.

But people have responded by saying “That One is my candidate for President,” and “I’m voting for That One.” The message has appeared on everything from blogs to T-shirts.

So I decided to do my part:

I’ve created three posters that you can download and use however you wish. ┬áThe three images above link to larger JPG versions. ┬áTo download all three as a high-resolution PDF that you can print out and post, click here. ┬á

Let’s show Mr. McCain that he can’t disparage Barack Obama or anyone else. ┬áLet’s take back “That One” and vote for him this November. ┬áClick the logo below to go to my personal barackobama.com website and make a donation to his campaign. ┬á