Every four years, there’s not only a race for either Presidents to hang onto the White House – or Presidential candidates to seize the keys from them, and move in. A parallel race is also run, however, by manufacturers and marketers to place these Presidents and Presidential Candidates into Our House, and make these men a part of our daily lives – as everyday household objects. And as time goes on and the Presidents come and go from the White House, the objects they’ve been memorialized on may prove disturbing or ironic, but they are almost universally ridiculous and amusing. Here then, a new regular column, to be ongoing through the 2012 Presidential campaign year: Presidents as Household Objects.
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