Buy Barack

Even people in Ghana are jumping on the Obama memorabilia train. There are plenty of wacky things to buy...

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A soccer jersey vendor sells shirts depicting President Barack Obama along with slogans such as "A leader we can believe in, Save Our Nation," at a streetside stall in central Accra, Ghana Thursday, July 9. Obama arrived in Ghana the following day for his first visit to sub-Saharan Africa since taking office.
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A taxi passes a billboard ad featuring President Barack Obama wearing a Weatherproof brand jacket in Times Square in New York. Outerwear company Weatherproof used a recent news photo of the president in front of the Great Wall in Badaling, China, for the advertisement without permission from the White House.
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Michelle Obama doesn't wear fur, and PETA thinks that's fabulous. But PETA didn't bother to ask the First Lady for permission to user her picture in this poster. And that's not fabulous.
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In honor of President Obama's Cairo appearance, you can buy an Egyptian cartouche which reads "Obama New Tutankhamon Of The World."
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In Dresden, Germany, where the president will stop on his four-day trip, patrons can buy Obama-inspired mustard.
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The Obama shopping spree has spread to other members of the First Family. You can buy a Beanie Baby of the Obama's pooch "Bo."
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A street vendor demonstrates a set of Matryoshkas, traditional Russian nesting dolls of wood, depicting U.S. President-elect Barack Obama and outgoing President George W. Bush.
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A series of comic books features Barack the Barbarian, "the muscle-bound, loincloth-wearing President of 'Kickassistan,'" according to the Daily Mail.
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Ceramic dolls in the likeness of President Barack Obama, made by Brazilian artist Ze Andrade, sit for sale in Andrade's studio in Rio de Janeiro.
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A street vendor sells framed photographs of President-elect Barack Obama during the Inaugural preparations in Washington DC.
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Barack has joined the bobblehead family. What presidency would be complete without it?
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Forget The Hulk. Who cares about Spider Man? Barack Obama: An action figure we can believe in.
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There are buttons galore of the President-elect and his million dollar smile.
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For all the chocolate lovers out there... Burst's Candies of Oregon put special "Yes We Can!" wrapping on their dark chocolate bars to commemorate the presidential inauguration. The company sold 200 bars in the first three days.
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A medallion with Obama's face - now there's a collectible you just can't pass up.
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As part of an advertising campaign to promote safe sex, the New York City company Practice Safe Policy created a line of limited edition political condoms.
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Some like it hot. Barack Obama hot.
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Watch out for the... Obamaquins! They are in Brooklyn Industries storefronts, ready to fashionably scare the crap out of you.
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With these bitty-sized onesies available, even the little ones aren't forgotten .
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Some folks might want to go subtle with a life-size photographic cutout of Obama.
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They love him in Berlin, they love him in Paris... fashion designer Jean-Charles de Castelbajacthe created the Obama dress as seen in this runway show.
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Not too flashy? Try out these small pins for size.
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Marvel Comics made a special cover for the inauguration edition of The Amazing Spider-Man featuring President-elect Barack Obama.
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Barack on! T-shirt by Spreadshirt is just one of the hundreds of designs that have hit the market since Obama started his campaign for presidency.
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All eyes are on Barack.
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What time is it? Time for you to get a Barack watch!
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Mitchell Rose, of Brooklyn, New York, is selling sneakers fashioned after President-elect Barack Obama for $59.99 a pair.
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Shepard Fairey's large-scale, mixed media stenciled collage was the central portrait image for the Obama campaign. It was previously distributed as a limited-edition print and as a free download. The collage will be on view at the National Portrait Gallery by Inauguration Day.
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