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.


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.