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President Barack Obama 2012 the Out of Office Countdown Wall Calendar

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  • Conservatives are counting the days until January 20, 2013.
  • Calendar spotlights funny photos, bloopers, plus quips from V.P. Joe Biden.
  • 12 in x 12 in, 24 pages.

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Conservatives are counting the days until January 20, 2013--the day (they hope) Obama's term in office comes to an end.

Amusing 2012 wall calendar spotlights funny photos, bloopers, plus quips from V.P. Joe Biden. (All in good fun, of course--we respect the office of the President.) 12"x12"; 24 pages.

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Brand Name CloseoutZone
Backing hardbound

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ASIN B005AZHM1K
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Best Sellers Rank #438,730 in Office Products (See top 100)
#13,996 in Office Products > Office Supplies > Calendars, Planners & Personal Organizers > Wall Calendars
Date First Available August 20, 2012

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I bought this calendar at a local game store and then located more on amazon. Im buying 4 more! The photos and the goofy Obama quotes make this calendar really fun. It is reminiscent of the mocking that GW Bush received in a similar countdown calender for the 2008 elections. Tables are turned. The calendar features funny Biden and Carter and other bloopers too. Its all in fun. It doesn't reflect a disrespect for the the OFFICE of the president, but does indicate that it's time the 'office' starts respecting the people.
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