Look the partisan: Election fever hits America

Americans are displaying their political preferences on their sleeves—and their shirts, their licence plates, their tattoos, and their hair

It’s the land of the free, and the home of those brave enough to wear shirts festooned in their political choice. The United States’ quadrennial orgy of partisanship, political rancour and plodding primaries to find out who has the mettle to win the presidency is in full swing. And Americans are clearly in the spirit of things—these photos of Americans emblazoned in the totems of their candidate of choice give proof through the night that their flag is still there. And there, on the lapel. And there, on the truck. And there…