If you watched the debut of Stephen Colbert's The Colbert Report, which followed The Daily Show last night, I know what question is burning at your soul: Where can I get me some of those sweet, sweet American Flag disposable diapers?
[If you missed it, at the opening of the show, Colbert pulled out and poured a pitcher of water into an open disposable diaper that had a large blue-and-white star field on the front and red-and-white stripes running under and around to the back. Larry Flynt couldn't have designed it better if he tried.]
Anyway, the answer, after some feverish Googling and some tips from Thingamababy's AJ, should be clear to anyone who shopped in a Wal-Mart sometime between September 12th and the start of the Iraq War. That's when Little Patriots diapers, put out by private label manufacturer Paragon Trade Brands, filled the shelves of America's most patriotic* megaretailer. [Coincidentally, in 2002, Paragon was bought by our 2nd most patriotic company, Tyco, which climbed from the #3 spot after Enron went out of business.]
Little Patriots diapers don't seem to be in production any more, so you'll have to scour ebay and hyper-patriotic souvenir shops to find some. Or maybe, taking a page from Martha's playbook, Colbert will be putting them in his studio audience's giftbags.
* If, by "patriotic" you mean, "censors your reading and listening material, discriminates against women, and keeps its hundreds of thousands of employees in subsistence wage slavery, and sells flags that your kid pisses and poos on." [Oh well. I'm pretty sure they don't advertise much...]