Oh, This is REAL Classy

rather be waterboarding

I’m of the firm belief that you should be able to wear whatever stupid or offensive t-shirts you want to wear. But I also believe that other people should be able to call you a moron if you wear something really dumb or spectacularly offensive.

Needless to say, there’s nothing funnier than torture.

The site that sells these beauties notes that “The InstaPundit Glenn Reynolds, his wife Dr. Helen Smith, Fox News contributor Michelle Malkin, Drew Curtis of Fark.com, Mary Katharine Ham of Townhall.com, CNET.com Senior Editor Wil O’Neal, and author/blogger Bill Whittle” also wear their shirts. None of those folks seem to be sporting this particular gem, however.

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