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At “Congressmen’s Wearhouse,” millionaires — not billionaires — can afford their own candidate. Candidates are available for custom-order, based on issues and stances: from open carry to denying climate change.

“All the latest styles, at prices you can afford,” promises the company’s CEO, in a perfect deadpan parody of Men’s Wearhouse former CEO George Zimmer, who has appeared in the retailer’s commercials for years.

Even better: “Congressmen’s Wearhouse” takes anything that remotely resembles money. Even Bitcoin. Boris Polanoff, who voices the ad, is part of the New York City-based Big Bad Boris.

“You’re going to like the way they vote,” he promises. “I guarantee it.”

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