With only 13 days left until the election, we sit glued to the TV watching swing state polls, national trends, and of course the slugfests we call “debates.” We’re spending a lot of time guessing where people will put their votes, and analyzing what campaigns are getting whose money.
And yet with all the political speculation, nobody has asked the question – who are we putting in our pants? Sure, people are willing to wear t-shirts with one-liners like:
“I’d rather vote for the mormon than the moron”
“Romney for President – of the Cayman Islands”
But who gets our up close and personal vote?
Café Press has released a report, revealing which campaign Americans are most… intimate with. Across the board pro-Obama thongs are leading the underwear market, with a whopping 80% of purchases.
As a matter of fact, the President leads in underwear sales across the board – even in the swing categories like boxers and briefs. Even though Romney is hailed as the money guy, voters hesitate to let him near their best assets.
It’s not all good news for the President, though. He is also leading the sales of anti-wear. Angry undie buyers have cornered the right wing market. They may not want to keep Romney close, but they proudly don’t display their animosity for the current administration, and the President also leads in malwear.
This must-have get up is marketed as “Cute Anti-Obama Classic Thong.” If that doesn’t put you in a romantic mood, I don’t know what will.