Merch to Victory

Until the feds busted the manufacturer for issuing currency, a Ron Paul coin set the gold standard for swag. Not that official campaign merchandise can?t be lucrative: Hillary?s online store is run by a major donor who?s given her and Bill $33,000 over the years.

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Obama ladies’ tank top, $17, store.barackobama.com

Gold Ron Paul coin, $1,000, libertydollar.org

Rudy Giuliani apron, $14.95, rudy2008store.com

Hillary Clinton crystal lapel pin, $12, hillarystore.com

Huckabee Rock! T-shirt, $27.99, mikehuckabee.com

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