Where can I pick up my commemorative Barack Obama pogs?

January 22nd, 2009 / #cults, #politics, #valentinesday

Oh, Barack Obama.

It must be pretty comforting to know that after your Presidency is complete in eight years, you will have quite a source of income based solely on your image. Think about the possibilities, dude. When you leave Washington to go back and farm corn or whatever it is those in Illinois do, you can simply live for the rest of your life by selling stuff with your face all over it to the legions of Americans who think you are Jesus.

I’m talking about an action figure line, maybe some designer clothes at Wal-Mart a la the Olsen Twins, maybe even a blockbuster action film!

Seeing the countless racks of wares with your (likely unlicensed) image throughout the last few months, I have come to the conclusion that this whole Presidency thing is more of a time killer until you can evolve from the prince of politics into the messiah of the marketplace.

Barack Obama t-shirts, Barack Obama stationary, Barack Obama DVDs, and Barack Obama salad dressing to take the place of Newman’s Own. Heck, it’s only a matter of time (read: a month) until kids start showing up to school with Barack Obama valentines for all of their good friends. The possibilities are endless!

Bitter? No. I just wish people would pay to have my face on crap.

There are 3 comments. Such a lively discussion!

  1. Ian spoke up on January 23, 2009.

    I’d pay to have Barack Obama’s face on crap.

    Oh, wait…you meant…

  2. *sociallyconsciousbird » Blog Archive » I am the Nostradamus of crass commercialism spoke up on February 10, 2009.

    [...] Hey remember this? [...]

  3. I am the Nostradamus of crass commercialism at sociallyconsciousbird.com spoke up on February 14, 2011.

    [...] Hey, remember this? [...]

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