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Funny Republican Valentine’s Day Cards

A rare bit of effective humor from the Republican Party:

You can send these cards and other cards to whomever, along with your own sentiments – by visiting the site.

Some ‘tough love’ for these new bipartisan times.

This article was posted by Steve on Wednesday, February 10th, 2010. Comments are currently closed.

10 Responses to “Funny Republican Valentine’s Day Cards”

  1. U NO HOO says:

    The earth has a fever and so do I

    A burning in my heart caused by

    Barack Hussein Obama

    mmm mmm mmm ma

    And I like you too.


    Your F!@#$%g R!@#$%^d Friend


  2. MinnesotaRush says:

    How ’bout one with colorful flowers and stuff on the front that says, “You’ll love to hear …” and then you open it up and it says, “o-blah-blah has resigned!”.

    In smaller letters on the inside bottom edge you could put, “… and he took his ugly dog with him .. Bo, silly. Bo.”

  3. BannedbytheTaliban says:

    I’m going to send one to flag@whitehouse.gov.

  4. proreason says:

    Fascists are red

    Patriots are blue

    Revenge is sweet

    Obama is through

  5. canary says:

    Has Michelle outlawed choclate, candy & cupcakes on Valentine’s Day & holidays.
    What will be the penality for trafficking & smuggling junk food into the U.S. If the Obama just passed a ban law during all the holiday periods only, it would make a huge difference. Must be 21 yrs or older.

  6. JohnMG says:

    I’m looking for one of those cards with a picture of Barney Frank on the front. You know, standing behind a podium so that all you see is his head and shoulders. He’d be addressing an assembly of House Pages on Valentines day.

    When you opened the card, you could see him behind the podium. He’d be standing there with a “heart on”.

  7. wirenut says:

    Conservative humor is politically smart and worth the effort. From these cards, to the billboards of “MISS ME YET”. Only offends the perpetually offended. The rest of us get it. A lot of “truth” is said in jest, and great humorist’s throughout history have always sharpened their sticks on would be kings. ‘Bout time. Could it be “hip” to love your country and be funny? Let’s ask Mark Twain, Will Rogers or Ann Coulter. I’ll painfully take the Coulter interview for the team. Haw!

  8. Mithrandir says:

    Here are three that should be there.

    1. (photo of Ted Kennedy) “On this Valentines Day, I hope your loved ones aren’t left to drown in a river by a cheating huband, too drunk to dive into cold water, open the door, and simply let her out.”

    2. (photo of William Kennedy Smith) “On this Valentines Day, I hope you daughter isn’t allegedly sexually assaulted while having a romantic walk on the beach.”

    3. (photo of Michael Skakel) “On this Valentines Day, be happy that a politically powerful family member did not kill your daughter with a 6-iron, then try to cover it up by claiming he was masturbating in a tree at the time of the murder…”

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