Opinion: You want Obama shirts? The world’s got Obama shirts!

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Supporters from around the world display their shirts upon the inaugurationofPresident Barack Obama.

Next, Joe Biden hats.

Supporters in matching shirts talk on a street in Monrovia, Liberia, a former U.S. colony where interest was high in the new president.

Eugene Broekman arrived at the World Music & Dance center in Rotterdam, Holland, to watch the inauguration ceremony on a large video screen with his faux-Shepard Fairey shirt.


Michael Moore (the skinny one) wore a T-shirt commemorating the presidential inauguration outside a BART station in Oakland, Calif.

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Italian Obama supporters -- well, at least they support selling T-shirts with Obama’s name on them -- hawk ones reading ‘Rome loves Obama.’

Canadian Herminee Humphrey displayed her Obama after watching his inaugural speech on TV in downtown Toronto, where the cold didn’t bother her.

Customers gathered to watch the inauguration of the 44th U.S. president at central London’s Hard Rock Cafe.

A Spanish woman applauded while watching a broadcast in Barcelona.

Avery Moore, left, and Tobias White sold Obama shirts with sports motifs outside Oracle Arena in the Bay Area.

Supporters of Obama attended an event in the central square of Puerto Tejada, Colombia. In fact, Puerto Tejada was officially on holiday due to the arrival of the first African American U.S. president.


A young girl wore a Barack Obama shirt at the Bernie Grant Arts Centre in Tottenham, London.

U.S. couple Michael Woods and Keresse Gryle, medical students in Cuba, posed with their Obama wear in Havana.

Joseph Deveraux and Jeanine Anderson showed off their matching Obama T-shirts at a small rally in downtown Seattle.

--Stephanie Chang

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