Donald Trump’s name is emblazoned on dozens of luxury buildings, casinos, and golf clubs all over the world. He monopolizes cable news more than all his Republican rivals combined.
And now the dominant Trump name can be found in the most unlikely of places–on 18 “Hillary Trumps Them All” buttons issued by Sisterhood of the Pantsuit supporting the candidacy of Hillary Clinton for President.
“We have so many “Hillary Trumps Them All” buttons, your head will spin,” said a Sisterhood of the Pantsuit spokeswoman mocking the over-the-top claims of candidate Trump.
There are 15 pins in the Hillary Trumps Them All Collection, 14 pins feature a picture of Hillary and a picture of one or more of the 10 Republicans rivals. Please note we did not produce pins for all 17 challengers. Hell, there were just too many!
The featured button in the Collection proclaims, “Hillary Trumps them All,” a not-so subtle claim that no matter who becomes the Republican standard bearer in 2016, Hillary would be a better choice for US President, at least according to us here at Sisterhood of the Pantsuit.
The “Hillary Trumps Them All” button lists the first names of all the original 17 candidates: Ben, John, Rick, Marco, Ted, Carly, Donald, Mike, Jim, Scott, Rand, George, Lindsey, Bobby, Jeb and Chris.
In a nod to the first Republican who dropped out of the race, Rick Perry is identified simply as “Another Rick.”
“We wanted to stand up for Hillary vs. any of the Republican candidates,” said a spokeswoman for Sisterhood of the Pantsuit. “Person to person, candidate to candidate, Hillary would be a much better President than any of her Republican challengers.”
Donald Trump has worked hard to marginalize many voters, including immigrants, Latinos, women, Viet Nam POWs, doctors, scientists and anyone who disagrees with him.
Like many of those who are competing in the Republican primaries, Trump’s campaign has been largely negative, spreading rumors and distorting facts as Republican operatives did in their successful Swiftboat campaign in 2004.
“We felt it was time to use Trump’s name against him,” said a spokeswoman for Sisterhood of the Pantsuit.
We realized that by using Trump’s name against him, we might incur the wrath of the Republican frontrunner.” Trump has vowed to destroy anyone who disagrees with him.
He recently criticized fellow Republican opponents stating, “I hope they attack me because everybody who attacks me is doomed.”
Sisterhood of the Pantsuit has a longstanding support for Democratic Presidential candidates, producing election memorabilia since the 2000 election “when Al Gore was elected President, ” according to one official at the grass roots organization.
A Sisterhood of the Pantsuit predecessor, aptly named Obama Watches, has produced historical memorabilia with sufficient national provenance.
Eight watches created for Al Gore and several produced for Barack Obama are in the Smithsonian Institution. Some Obama Watches that originally sold for $125 in 2008 now bring $475 at the company’s online store.
The 18 political pins in the “Hillary Trumps Them All Collection will go on sale at the Sisterhood of the Pantsuit’s online store sometime before the Democrats’ first debate on October 13.
Five assorted “Hillary Trumps Them All” buttons will sell for $15, plus postage and handling.
“We hope our supporters will not only buy the pins, but also wear them,” said a spokeswoman for Sisterhood. “Hillary needs all the public support she can get. She really is the most qualified candidate running for President.”