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Well, America Should Have, for 689 Reasons

And by 2014 there are hundreds more. Alas, the defeat didn’t happen in 2012, and America and the world now pay the dear price that comes with hope and change. Last week, we came across a dozen of these make-your-blood-boil posters, which we thought some of you would like to have for reasons that may range from mirth to nostalgic masochism. One to a customer, while they last, your cost a humble $9.99 a piece, which includes postage and handling. We’ve reinvigorated the order page — the language is two years old, but it can still do the trick, so order here.

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