DEMOCRATIC 'I HAVE A DREAM 2008' MUG
My cousin got this for me last year for Christmas, and it has provided at least some solace to my friends still mourning over 2004. The Republican's counterpart mug reads simply "Make My Day" rather than "I Have A Dream." Spice up your desk.
just incase you haven't gotten your fill of Obamabilia yet. "Handmade from an official ballot printed for the 2008 general election, these limited-edition sterling silver necklaces celebrate the historic election of Barack Obam... just incase you haven't gotten your fill of Obamabilia yet. "Handmade from an official ballot printed for the 2008 general election, these limited-edition sterling silver necklaces celebrate the historic election of Barack Obama as the first African-American president of the United States. The ballots featured are either stand-by ballots (used in case the voting machines break down) or absentee, military and special ballots. The double-sided necklace showcases two parties that supported Barack Obama: the Democratic Party and the Working Families Party. " Designed by UncommonGoods in partnership with artist Jeff Davis. Handmade in Philadelphia from an official paper ballot framed in acrylic with a sterling silver ball chain. Each necklace comes with a certificate of authenticity. ***Two dollars from the sale of each necklace will be donated to the Fund for Public Schools, a non-profit devoted to supporting reform in New York City's public schools and encouraging greater involvement of all New Yorkers in the education of our children.
Handmade from the November 5 th front cover of the L A TIMES. Covered in durable water resistant laminate with double straps,and velco closures.Carry a piece of history!
i totally should have just stolen some from the voting place if i knew they would be worth this much... i still want it though.