After the election of Barack Obama on November 4, people understandably ordered a large number of Obama buttons, magnets, bumper stickers and such in celebration. But if we cancel out that wave, what other hopes and concerns and angers are people feeling the need to
What sort of political animal are you, anyway? Are you a sheep, looking to follow the herd with the hottest political button out there right now? Or are you an odd bird, looking for a bumper sticker that others have overlooked or disdained, something with
Earlier this year I looked at statistics of bumper sticker, button and t-shirt sales from the 4th week of May 2008 and compared them to our sales statistics from the 4th week of May in 2004. What I found indicated that the two elections were
Zazzle, on the other hand, was not so brave. Instead of standing up for the rights of their shopkeepers, the people at Zazzle headquarters surrendered to fear. They agreed to the demands of the Republican National Committee without a fight, and sent out emails to shopkeepers announcing that their anti-Republican stickers, t-shirts and buttons would be censored.
For some time now we’ve been selling buttons, bumper stickers and t-shirts that pair various combinations of candidates as president and vice president into Democratic tickets for the White House in 2008. Now that Barack Obama is the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee and is in
96.6% of all the Election 2008 bumper stickers, lawn signs, magnets, buttons, t-shirts etc. that we sold last week (May 11-17, 2008) were items declaring support for the presidential candidacy of Barack Obama. 2.8% of the items we sold last week declared support for Hillary
John Edwards and Barack Obama are such a good match that it now seems obvious sense that they run together for the White House, as an Obama-Edwards 2008 ticket. For that reason, we’ve gathered some campaign materials together – bumper stickers, buttons, and t-shirts, into an Obama-Edwards collection of campaign gear.