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
Jeb Bush is selling a "Guaca Bowle."   (

(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:

  • 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.

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