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The Day Before the Big Day at Obama HQ

Bwog stopped by the Upper West Side Obama Headquarters at 104th and Broadway today to see how things were going on Election Day eve.

We were informed that today has been extremely busy and that buttons and posters are being sold like mad. However, “what we’re going to do on Wednesday” a volunteer told us sadly, “is another question.”

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  • ike says:

    @ike they’re selling buttons and posters and not giving them away?

    that’s really weak for a presidential campaign. or any political campaign, for that matter.

    1. that's says:

      @that's been the trend this entire campaign. even political propaganda has become a commodity.

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