Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Obama Saves or Creates Jobs at CafePress

As a result of Barack Obama's disastrous presidency, sales of George W. Bush goods has skyrocketed at Web merchandiser CafePress. Expect Obama to take credit for this before long.
Apparently someone really DOES miss Dubya.

Items featuring a smiling former President George Bush and the question, "Miss Me Yet?" are doing a brisk business as sales of pro-President Obama items lag, reports the Web shopping site CafePress.

Demand for the items spiked after a billboard featuring the ex-commander in chief appeared alongside a rural Minnesota highway last week, stirring up buzz.

CafePress spokeswoman Jenna Martin said sales of Bush-related products virtually disappeared after Obama replaced him.

But last week, she said, 10 of the firm's top-selling 100 designs were "Miss Me Yet?" items, moving to the tune of up to 500 orders a day.
Ridicule is quite popluar these days. More items goofing on Obama are sure to be big sellers.

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