Greeting Card Company Offered Disparaging ‘Love Democratic Style’ Valentines

This one is going to require all potables, combustibles, and sharp objects to be safely stowed – trust me!

Many computer users are familiar with an e-card company called Blue Mountain. If you haven’t received such an electronic show of affection from a friend or relative, well, you must not be a very nice person (/sarcasm).

Anyway, for Valentine’s Day, the company apparently offered customers a rather racy card that disparaged Democrats. As reported by the liberal website Raw Story (e-card video available here h/t NB reader HumanEvents):

“This Valentine's Day, one of the nation's largest greeting card companies is circulating a satirical online greeting card that depicts ‘Love Democratic Style’ as 'throw[ing] family values out the window' and depicts House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) dressed as a dominatrix and Sen. Hillary Clinton (D-NY) as a maid.”

Unfortunately, the link to the e-card in question now says, “Sorry, this greeting is no longer available.” However, the following screen captures will give the reader an idea of the content.

As the reader can see, the greeting began with Hillary Clinton depicted as a maid:

                               

Next, John Kerry and Howard Dean were added to the picture wearing dog collars:

                                   

Some newcomers to Congress were also depicted wearing dog collars:

                                

No card would be complete without Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid with a woman’s heal stepping on his face, and the caption, “Family values out the window”:

                                    

And, finally, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi:

                                     

The greeting ended with:

                              

According to Raw Story, no “Love Republican Style” was available at Blue Mountain’s website. That could neither be confirmed nor denied.
Noel Sheppard
Noel Sheppard
Noel Sheppard, Associate Editor of NewsBusters, passed away in March of 2014.