What do you think of President Barack Obama's health care overhaul?
According to his re-election campaign, it's a "BFD."
That's the message on a new T-shirt for sale on Obama's campaign site: "Health Reform -- STILL a BFD."
It refers to Vice President Joe Biden's famous reference to the Affordable Care Act as a "big f--king deal" after Obama signed it into law two years ago.
"Stand with President Obama by reminding your friends and family that health care reform is still a BFD," a description of the shirt says.
It's selling for $30.
Obama's official Twitter account promoted the T-shirt Friday night, though without the customary "-BO" tag to indicate the president actually wrote the tweet himself:
The Obama campaign doesn't have a perfect track record with its T-shirts: As The Blaze previously reported, some complained about an "O'Bama" St. Patrick's Day-themed shirt that messed up the actual symbol of Ireland.
Update: According to The Atlantic, the Democratic National Committee unveiled a similar limited edition "BFD" shirt in 2010.