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Abercrombie & Fitch solidly behind Obama

Af When Barack Obama talks about change, is he referring to a change of clothes? Anyhow, the one clear winner in Tuesday night’s TV coverage of primary-election returns was Abercrombie & Fitch, which achieved a kind of product placement coup during the non-victory speech Barack Obama delivered. Naturally, the blogosphere is alight with theories, conspiratorial and otherwise, as to why three guys in A&F shirts were positioned so prominently behind the candidate.

—Posted by Mark Dolliver

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