“Obama skeet shooting action figure” now for sale

Move over G.I. Joe. The “Obama Skeet Shooting Action Figure” is in town.

The makers of the “Tanorexic Doll” and the “Anthony Weiner Action Figure” are now presenting their latest creation: a figurine of the POTUS skeet shooting. Hunting gun included.

The doll is President Barack Obama’s likeness donning a white muscle tee with the words “Clay Pigeons” written across it in red writing. Did we mention he is holding a gun?

The toy maker Herobuilders must have been inspired after the White House finally released a photo of President Barack Obama skeet shooting at Camp David last summer.

After Obama shockingly told The New Republic he has in fact shot a gun and goes “skeet shooting all the time,” reporters immediately demanded a picture as proof. Five days later, the White House gave the people what they wanted.

Now, Herobuilders is giving us what no one wanted.

If your “Obama Skeet Shooting Action Figure” looks a little lonely, you can also order the “Mrs. Obama Action Figure.” Sadly, bangs are not included.

And if you really want to freak out your dinner guests, the “Obama Rambama Action Figure” and the terrifying “Obama Joker Action Figure” are still for sale.

Herobuilders, what would we do without you?

Comments

Comments

  1. Roger Mitchell says:

    Now if he rotated that shotgun about 90 degrees off of vertical then I’d no for sure he was just anpother Chicago thug or is that Gangsta

  2. R.Lee says:

    Anyone notice that the shotgun he’s holdingis a pump action and has a scary black stock and extended magazine? Quick, ban it!

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