Jeb's $75 'Guaca Bowle,' Other Weird Stuff the Candidates Are Hawking Ever wanted Rand Paul's head on a stick? Have 12 By Polly Davis Doig, Newser Staff Posted Aug 16, 2015 10:35 AM CDT 23 comments Comments Jeb Bush is selling a "Guaca Bowle." (Jeb2016.com) (Newser) – There are 450 days remaining until Election 2016 and about as many people in the running, so the issue that you need to know about on a lazy Sunday in August is that if you have ever dreamed of owning an unbranded thing called a "Guaca Bowle," Jeb Bush is the candidate of your dreams and he can make it happen for a mere $75. And Bush isn't the only would-be occupant of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue hawking the wacky: The Entrepreneur rounds up a the kookiest items from the corners of the candidates' campaign stores. Highlights: Hillary Clinton's "Pantsuit Tee-shirt." You read that right. It's unisex and $30. Clinton also has a mystifying barbecue apron that reads "More like Grillary Clinton, amirite?" It urges those who "can’t take the heat" to "back away from the grill." The Entrepreneur notes that Bush also has a barbecue apron, and his marketing department remembered to brand that one. Marco Rubio has a "Marco Polo." As in, shirt. It'll set you back an exploratory $45 to $48, but free shipping, people. Donald Trump's "Make America Great Again hat." Did you like Trump's look? It can be yours in a variety of colors for $25. "Rand on a Stick." That's Rand Paul's head, but on a literal stick. The "freedom paddles" are "great for rallies, parades, meetings, operas, church services that lack air conditioning and so much more." Your set of 12 for $35. Paul also has a "Hillary's Hard Drive" for sale for $99.95. That's a "100% genuine erased clean email server." Check out the complete tomfoolery at the Entrepreneur.