IN STOCK. Mint in box. Comes complete with these accessories:
Helmet and Visor
(stenciled with George W. Bush)
Face Mask. Perhaps never before in the history of American politics has one president set political parties against another as much as George W. Bush. The Conservatives love him and the Liberals hate him. Most of the Republican Party supports him while most of the Democratic Party criticizes his every move.
Talking Presidents’ newest action figure, George W. Bush: Top Gun, is something new for the company. The figure does not talk but does come dressed in a full flight suit, helmet, goggles, breather and tanks that are identical to the ones George Bush wore when he landed on the flight deck of the U.S.S. Abraham Lincoln. The flight outfit comes with pouches, pockets, straps, buckles and all the accessories of an original. Praised for his support of the troops in Iraq while at the same time being lambasted by his political critics for using the opportunity to boost his political career, President Bush remained as unflappable as ever.
The figure captures the good ol’ boy essence of the original George, from his rugged Texas back country good looks and characteristic placid political face. Its resemblance to the 43rd President is amazing, duplicating his crystal blue eyes, engaging smile and chiseled features. The box in which the figure comes in is larger in scale than other Talking Presidents figure boxes. A flip open front panel reveals the full speech the President gave during his historical visit to the U.S.S. Abraham Lincoln on its inside, while the front of the box displays the 12-inch articulated figure behind a clear plastic pane.
George W. Bush has been labeled many things: a family man, a shrewd politician, an astute business man, a liar, an honest citizen, an environmental deterrent and much more. Regardless of the labels, he has proved that there is more to him than meets the eye.
“Our commitment to liberty is America’s tradition – declared at our founding; affirmed in Franklin Roosevelt’s Four Freedoms; asserted in the Truman Doctrine and in Ronald Reagan’s challenge to an evil empire