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Obama Selling Fries in Communist China

March 5, 2009

This is one big bowl of wrong. Obama’s puny head on top of “Rosie the Riveter’s body. Wrong I tell ya!

LMAO!

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On March 4, 2009, Chinese Jiangsu Yangchow street corner sells lives fries the package the snack booth, used American presidents the Austria Pama to do unexpectedly smiles the picture to start the advertisement, " most Niu Sheng who Austria Pama " spoke on another's behalf has fried Bao " although " Lei Ren", also attracted many customers to come actually to taste.

H/T maccaca @ Free Republic via conservatweet

Update:
More Obama treats. This one in particular is selling in Indonesia as a mass marketed snack, the “Obama’s”. Hey why not cash in on American’s largest mass marketed product ever. Long live capitalism!
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A gimmicky snack bearing a caricature of US President Barack Obama making a peace sign has gone on sale in Indonesia, but worried consumer activists are already calling for it to be banned.
The “Obama” snack packet shows a grinning Obama making a peace sign with his right hand and spinning the globe like a basketball on the fingers of his left hand.

[…]
“What’s the aim of using such an image? It’s defamation and the producer should be investigated,” Foundation head Indah Suksmaningsih said.

Thou shalt not defame the O. That reminds me of something, can’t quite put my finger on it…
Heh.

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3 Comments
  1. March 7, 2009 12:03 am

    I hope Always on Watch doesn’t see it , she’lll flip!

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  2. March 7, 2009 10:42 am

    She sure would. I know I did. Check out the update Kevin Now there is an Obama snack in Indonesia. As you know he lived in Indonesia as a child. So Indonesians are likely eating them up like they do him.
    But “defamatory”? Give me a break. I say they have captured Obama perfectly. lol The son of a gun thinks he has the world on a string.

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