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Bush Country Ketchup - Great Item
TownHall ^ | 5/16/04 | James McCaslin

Posted on 06/14/2004 3:56:42 PM PDT by conservative_pa

Pretty Funny - a Conservative alternative to Heinz - Bush Country Ketchup - their Top Ten is hilarious.


Former college roommates Patrick Spero and Chris Cylke, the latter a Republican staffer on Capitol Hill, are the brains behind "Bush Country Ketchup."

"While dunking our (french) fries in ketchup a few months ago, we came to a sudden realization," explains one. "With each drop of ketchup we ingested - bottled by a company whose single largest individual shareholder is the wife of Democratic presidential nominee John Kerry - we were indirectly making his wallet fatter."

So, the pair took out a $5,000 loan in February and are now peddling the President Bush alternative to Heinz - although a bottle of the obviously higher-quality Bush ketchup fetches $5.99, plus $4.99 shipping and handling.

TOPICS: Business/Economy; Culture/Society; Government; News/Current Events; Political Humor/Cartoons; Politics/Elections
KEYWORDS: bush; heinz; kerry; ketchup; mccaslin; teresa
Here's the Top Ten

10. The gourmet recipe is specially formulated for conservative taste buds and is perfect for your freedom fries and burgers. In fact, it tastes so good, it may even help win over some converts or awaken dormant conservatives!

9. Bush Country is our country. What better way to show your support for the President and opposition to John Kerry at summer BBQs than by proudly using and enjoying Bush Country Ketchup?

8. With its handsome labeling, this bottle will look as great on a bookshelf as it will on your refrigerator shelf.

7. By using Bush Country instead of a popular store bought ketchup, you might put a dent in the left-wing coffers of John Kerry and Teresa Heinz.

6. Bush Country Ketchup not only tastes great, it also irritates the hell out of liberals who support botox-using John Kerry and Teresa "Left-Wing Ketchup Heiress" Heinz-Kerry

5. Heinz Corporation claims to be a 'non-partisan' ketchup. We strongly disavow any such claims. We proudly are a 100% partisan condiment.

4. With a purchase of Bush Country Ketchup, you won't just be showing your support for the President. You'll also show your support for everything we believe in: capitalism, the competitive marketplace, small business and the entrepreneur.

3. By supporting Bush Country in 2004, we will be able to ''relish" in four more years of W and leave the Democrats in a pickle.

2. Unlike John Kerry's multiple contradictory positions on NAFTA, Iraq, taxes, defense, foreign policy and marriage, every bottle of Bush Country Ketchup is consistently good.

1. Who knows, in a few years, it might be worth something on eBay.

1 posted on 06/14/2004 3:56:43 PM PDT by conservative_pa
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To: conservative_pa
Ordered a bottle.

I will have fun at our July fourth picnic.
2 posted on 06/14/2004 4:09:42 PM PDT by HuntsvilleTxVeteran (Liberals are like catfish ( all mouth and no brains ))
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To: conservative_pa
Actually, Teresa Heinz owns very little of H.J. Heinz Co. Pete Coors, Republican candidate for Senate in Colorado owns much more of the company as one of the primary shareholders.

The John Kerry Files

4 posted on 06/14/2004 4:45:29 PM PDT by counterpunch (<-CLICK HERE for my CARTOONS)
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