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The president will put his birth certificate on a mug but waited years before releasing it to the public?

President Barack Obama's re-election campaign used a birth certificate joke by one of Mitt Romney's sons as an opportunity to fundraise.

To the chagrin of many, the microscope under the records of President Obama's birth have significantly subsided since the White House released his birth certificate this past April. If you were not already aware, the President's reelection campaign has been profiting off the controversy that resulted from Obama's dilly-dallying to release the document.

At the 2012 campaign store you can buy "Made in the USA" mugs and T-shirts, with the photo of the president's birth certificated screen-printed on the mug or shirt for all to see.

"There's really no way to make this stuff completely go away. The only thing we can do is laugh at it -- and make sure as many other people as possible are in on the joke," Obama's 2012 deputy campaign manager told the Chicago Sun Times when the mugs were first released.

Obamaniacs can get their own birth certificate tee for a $25 donation to Obama for America, and a $20 donation for the mug.

Beer summits and drone bombing not your thing? Take a look at a view alternatives for your hot liquid holding needs:

TRUTH HAS NO AGENDA mug from The Blaze Shop

Glenn's Faith, Hope, Charity mug.

Fancy, possibly at one time pro cap-n-trade, Jon Huntsman mug. The 2012 campaign of Huntsman's fellow LDS member running for president, Mitt Romney, does not have a mug for sale at his campaign site.

Pizza and coffee? Herman Cain's campaign hopes his mug will put a smile on your face every morning.

Michele Bachman has been known to look wired in certain photos, perhaps from sucking down java from this mug.

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