Friday, February 06, 2009

Limited Edition Miami Herald Commemorative Front Page

Like a lot of of Americans, I made sure that I bought copies of a newspaper (NY Times) the day after Barack Obama won the presidency and the day after his inauguration.

Like many, I saw Obama's win as a victory, not just for African Americans, but for all Americans.

Hundreds of American newspapers - large and small - reprinted the front pages heralding Obama's election. In some cities customers lined up outside newspaper offices to buy multiple copies.

However a few of our fellow Americans just couldn't comprehend why newspapers would want to print extra copies of newspapers. Or why anyone would want to buy them.

One conservative blogger asked, "Maybe I just don't remember -- did newspapers sell stuff like this after Bush won in 2000 and 2004?"

The same blogger went so far as to say that newspapers that sell Obama memorabilia are "propaganda arms of the Democratic party." Really?

Here at Random Pixels we always strive to be inclusive and embrace all political ideologies.

Keeping that in mind, I worked up this little commemorative front page tribute to George the XLIII's departure from Washington that should please our right-wing friends.

It's another Random Pixels EXCLUSIVE!

Click here to enlarge image.

For those of you who were sorry to see Bush leave, please feel free to print it out and frame it and cherish it for years to come!

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