File this under “WTF?”

No one could ever make something like this up. It’s just too priceless.

I’m a Texan and we’re pretty support of W down here, but I don’t think I’m gonna be springing $40 to buy one at

Elite Force Aviator: George W. Bush – U.S. President and Naval Aviator – 12″ Action Figure

BBI proudly introduces the latest issue in its Elite Force series of authentic military 12- inch figures, President George W. Bush in naval aviator flight uniform. Exacting in detail and fully equipped with authentic gear, this limited-edition action figure is a meticulous 1:6 scale recreation of the Commander-in-Chief’s appearance during his historic Aircraft Carrier landing. On May 1, 2003, President Bush landed on the USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN-72) in the Pacific Ocean, and officially declared the end to major combat in Iraq. While at the controls of an S-3B Viking aircraft from the “Blue Sea Wolves” of Sea Control Squadron Three Five (VS-35), designated “Navy 1,” he overflew the carrier before handing it over to the pilot for landing. Attired in full naval aviator flight equipment, the President then took the salute on the deck of the carrier.
This fully poseable figure features a realistic head sculpt, fully detailed cloth flight suit, helmet with oxygen mask, survival vest, g-pants, parachute harness and much more. The realism and exacting attention to detail demanded by today’s 12-inch action figure enthusiast are met and exceeded with this action figure. This incredibly detailed figure is a fitting addition to the collection of those interested in U.S. history, military memorabilia and toy action figures. Actual figure may vary slightly from item shown.

Who thinks this stuff up?

3 thoughts on “File this under “WTF?””

  1. I just got back from DC. I have seen more W dolls than you can shake a stick at. I have to say he looks nicer in this doll version than others I’ve seen or even in real life. The husband and I were just discussing the fact that the real-life President looks like a monkey.

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