Why Isn’t This Everywhere Already?: What the Chinese Really Think of Obama

Posted on June 12, 2012 2:32 pm

Apparently they look upon him as some sort of heroic commie icon.


T-shirts showing an image of a revolutionary styled US President Barack Obama at a stall in Beijing on May 16, 2012.

Somewhere, Saul Alinsky is doing whatever the opposite of “rolling over in your grave” is.

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9 Responses to “Why Isn’t This Everywhere Already?: What the Chinese Really Think of Obama”

  1. Son of Bob says:

    “Apparently they look upon him as some sort of heroic commie icon.”

    Don’t we all.

  2. Dodsfall says:

    That is the way a lot of us think of him here in the US as well, including many of his supporters. The die-hard supporters just won’t come out and admit it.

  3. zzyzx says:

    Now that’s cool!

  4. Bunkerhillbilly says:

    More like an incipient, caniphagic Idi Amin or Papa Doc.

  5. leo says:

    they are all over China. I bought two of them in Xi’an when I was there in March.

  6. Marcopohlo says:

    Do you get 50% off your dog meat order if you buy two shirts?

  7. Coop says:

    WHERE DO I GET ONE OF THESE SHIRTS?!?!

    I can’t travel to China, allergic to commies.

  8. IMAO » Blog Archive » Obama “Serve the People” T-Shirt links:

    […] a post showing a made-in-China Obama-looks-like-Mao t-shirt, Coop commented: WHERE DO I GET ONE OF THESE […]

  9. Jimmy says:

    Fades away when illuminated with the light of day.

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