Clinton, McCain and Obama's Political Memorabilia Likely to be of High Historical Value This year's Presidential campaign will likely produce some of the most valuable and sought after political memorabilia of any presidential election in history.
first to go could be James Carville, who appears to be nothing more than a political assassin for hire.
I have also listened to a candidate fabricate stories, only to wiggle out of them, yet still remain popular with the voters and still remain a media favorite. Have we evolved here in America? Perhaps technologically, perhaps monetarily, but our behavior and the influence this bad behavior has upon our young people is devolving us, in my opinion.
Make certain you go out today and pick up as much memorabilia as you possibly can, because this promises to be an election like no other to date. At this rate, perhaps in the election of 2012, the candidates will duke it out with one another sporting nothing but their faux animal skins and brandishing faux wooden clubs. All in honor of political correctness, of course.
Double up on any memorabilia from either of the candidate in this election, and by all means, visit the campaign headquarters. Call your friends in other states to visit their headquarters. Ask them to get you posters, buttons, signs and anything else of interest the campaigns are offering. This is going to be quite a historical event.
I will be voting for Senator McCain, however, I did write a previous blog about Barack Obama, accessible though the company website at www.31corp.com.