Jump directly to the content

Palin paraphernalia skyrockets

Sarah Palin paraphernalia is rivaling Barack Obama merchandise now on sites like CafePress and eBay, CNN reports.

Within hours of McCain's announcement, CafePress had 2,000 McCain-Palin products. Now, there are 323,000, CNN reports.

On eBay last week, listings for Palin-related items increased by 354 percent while Sen. Joe Biden items decreased by 11 percent, Kristi Keck writes.

Several of the Values Voter Summit attendees wore "Palin power" stickers, but I saw few people with McCain paraphernalia.

Several people flocked a man who was selling Sarah Palin buttons at the summit on Friday. On Saturday, they were sold out with just John McCain, Ronald Reagan and anti-Obama buttons left.

Related Topics:Politics
Posted:September 16, 2008 at 4:30PM
Gleanings aggregates what others are reporting. Learn more.
Recent Posts
What Americans Pray For and Against (Per Max Lucado's LifeWay Survey)
Research reveals top topics and how often people say prayers are answered.
Chuck Smith's Daughter Sues Calvary Chapel over Founder's Last Days
(UPDATED) Children reportedly divided on allegations over who should control megachurch pastor's sermons.
T. D. Jakes Threatens To Sue Rappers for Sampling His Sermon
Megachurch pastor's unauthorized appearance in Jeezy’s 'Holy Ghost' remix is latest debate over intellectual property rights of pastors.
U.S. Visited by Only Politician Ever Banned Over Religious Freedom Violations: India's Modi
Meanwhile, Indian Christians prepare to protest persecution surge from prime minister's first 100 days in office.
Christianity Today
Palin paraphernalia skyrockets