"Mom! I want to color his necktie, but I can't find the 'carnelian' crayon!"

I'm pretty sure that this Cruz to the Future coloring activity book is legit. But it can't be, right? But I think it is. But I don't want it to be. But I really kinda do. I don't know! I'm so torn. Coloringbook.com seems like a real coloring book website. But would a real coloring book company make a politically-charged activity book about a Tea Party U.S. senator? Well, they do have this "Tell the Truth - Tell it Often - Tell the Children" series that seems to touch upon political issues. However, that series only includes this, a free coloring page about the government shutdown and a "spoof" coloring book about Rolling Stone's Dzhokhar Tsarnaev cover.


I don't know what to think!!!

Okay, look, on the one hand, I can totally see some douchey would-be comedy writer (like me) saying, "You know what would be hilarious? A Ted Cruz coloring book! My pompous liberal friends would love that!" On the other hand, I can totally see some clueless conservative crusader (like my uncle) saying, "You know what would be inspiring? A Ted Cruz coloring book! My uptight conservative friend's kids would love that!" (Please note that no actual parent would ever believe that their child would touch this with even their shittiest crayon.) It's really a conundrum. So, let's take a look inside:

Sources: Coloringbook.com | h/t Gawker