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This morning at Trader Joe's the checkout woman from the Caribbean noticed that I was still wearing my Obama button.  The next person in line, a black woman with a southern accent, chimed in that we should keep on wearing our Obama buttons, to remind him of what we expect.

Unlike bumper stickers that fade and fray over time, the message on a button is always readable.

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