Friday, August 15, 2008

Let Me Get This Straight


If you use it to support us we can, and probably will, sue you. But, if you use it against us it's a parody and, even if we do sue you, you probably have a legal right to use the trademark.


Is this a great country, or what?


UPDATE: These guys seem to struggle a lot with copyright laws. First Frankie Valli, then Mike Myers and now Jackson Browne have all attempted to have one Republican group or another stop breaking the laws.

2 comments:

Cindy Kilkenny said...

Man, that is just one picture I wish never had happened. This is really funny, except I'm supposed to be outraged.

And you're right. What laws!

illusory tenant said...

"[CafePress] has a stronger case in defense of its anti-Republican shirts, which could be protected under long-standing law and under a specific amendment to trademark law that exempts parody."

True, dat. Gotta love it.