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Roundtable: Merchandise Follows Obama-Mania

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Roundtable: Merchandise Follows Obama-Mania

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Roundtable: Merchandise Follows Obama-Mania

Roundtable: Merchandise Follows Obama-Mania

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A mask of President-elect Barack Obama is seen next to souvenirs emblazoned with his image at a shop in Washington, D.C.'s Union Station. Mandel Ngan/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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The historic election of Barack Obama has helped fuel the blogosphere like no other event in recent history. What are bloggers saying about tomorrow's inauguration?

Plus, from ice cream to cognac, the President-elect has inspired an industry of Obama merchandise.

Tony Cox talks with Harry Allen of Media Assassin; Patrice Yursik of Afrobella; and Robert Redding of Redding News Review.

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