W Ketchup™ is made in America, from ingredients grown in the USA.
The leading competitor not only has 57 varieties, but has 57 foreign factories as well. W Ketchup comes in one flavor: American.
Responsible politics is now about the condiment brand you use.
Choose Heinz and you’re supporting Teresa and her husband’s Gulfstream Jet, and liberal causes such as Kerry for President.
W KETCHUP IS AMERICA’S KETCHUP
You don’t support Democrats.
Why should your ketchup?
Plus you can give to a worthy cause!
A portion of every W Ketchup sale will be donated to to the Freedom Alliance Scholarship Fund, which provides scholarships for the children of active duty service members killed in the line of duty.
I wonder if that portion is a generous dollop or just a speck.
There’s also a generous tribute there to Ronald Reagan which takes “truth in advertising” to an all new low.
W Ketchup would like to thank President Reagan for his selfless service to this nation.
Reagan won the Cold War, let private enterprise flourish, and most of all made Americans proud to be Americans again.
“We look for that fine day when we will see him again, all weariness gone, clear of mind, strong and sure and smiling again, and the sorrow of this parting gone forever. May God bless Ronald Reagan and the country he loved.”
And the testimonials just keep on comin’!
Wonder why liberals are so full of hate and divisiveness? Poor guys. Can’t wait to get our new W ketchup. We mostly use salsa at our house, but I’ll bring a bottle of W to share with our office. All our republicans (conservative and Christian, too) will get a big kick out of this. Good luck with your new product. God bless W and America.
— L.R., A Tulsa repubican
Thanks for an alternative to the “other” ketchup. I was starting to feel guilty putting that stuff on my hotdogs, wondering where that money would be going. Where else but in America could you sell your ketchup like you’re doing? Wonderful capitalistic America. I hope you make a fortune on your ketchup. As long as I have your kind, I’ll never do the “57” thing again!! Go W!!!!! Sincerely,
— Mrs. D.P., Worthington, Ohio
I saw your ad in National Review and my husband and I can’t wait for our “W” Ketchup! I think the timing is meaningful since it was our late, beloved President Ronald Reagan who proclaimed that, yes, ketchup can be counted as a vegetable. As a ketchup-loving, red-blooded American gal, I couldn’t agree more!
— V.W.D., Longmont, Colorado
With all the problems facing the United States today, with all the problems facing the world today, with all the hate, terror, crime, and degredation of the human spirit, kudos to you for comitting your resources and ingenuity to the one thing that will make the world a better place—ketchup.
ABC’s Good Morning America
In an on-air taste test between W Ketchup and Heinz, W Ketchup was judged as tasting “more conservative, with a sweeter, more compassionate taste.”
July 7, 2004
Given the tough decision to make concerning which major political party has the best tasting and most patriotic ketchup, I’m glad I don’t like ketchup in the first place.