Rand Paul got himself in a little bit of trouble with sunglass manufacturer Ray Ban, but the Rand Bands were only one item from Paul’s long online list of trendy campaign merchandise.
Of course, if you want to support Rand Paul, you can go the old school route and get all kinds of shirts, signs, buttons or bumper stickers – but that’s no fun.
So here are some more semi-ridiculous, but undoubtedly-kind-of-awesome, pieces of swag from Rand Paul’s 2016 campaign.
Three foot tall Rand Paul birthday card.
If you never want be invited to another birthday party again, this is how you do it.
Beats By Rand Headphone Skins.
Rand Paul stickers for your overpriced $200 headphones? Okay…
NSA “Spy Cam” blocker – also prevents hackers!
Privacy Please! This simple instrument will shield you from the black-hat hackers and the government from watching you giggle at cat videos on YouTube.
Zicke zacke, zicke zacke, Rand-Beer-Stein!
Everyone wants to elect a politician they can “have a beer with,” but Rand Paul took it to the next level. Now you can get sloshed and talk about your favorite 2016 presidential candidate…
Rand on a Stick… Wait, what?
These “Rand Paul Freedom Paddles” can be used anywhere – rallies, parades, church services, or the annual politicians masquerade ball. Just take you’re your 2-dimensional buddy with you and you’ll never be alone again!
Hillary’s hard drive?
Not only will you finally be able to read Hillary Clinton’s secret emails, but you will also get a whole pile of pictures of her, Chelsea and Bill wearing goofy Christmas hats… Score.
Rand Paul flip-flops let you stand both with, and on Rand.
Nothing goes with your Rand Paul socks, like a good pair of Rand Paul flip-flops. Right?
I am a Rand fan… Get it?
In case you don’t get it, this is literally a fan that says that you are a fan of Rand. It’s a “fan of Rand” fan… get it? GET IT?
Snuggle with this Rand Paul woven blanket.
It’s hard to tell what’s creepier – having a Rand Paul blanket, or the product’s description of having Rand Paul curl up next to you on the couch to discuss “libertarianism, conservatism, or a few other isms.”
Rand Paul “Bag Toss Game.”
Just so we are all clear, this game is actually called “cornhole.” It’s a favorite among collar-popped college conservatives.
Don’t drone me bro!
Stand with Rand, but don’t get your dirty shoes in the car.
Your boat shoes might be a bit dirty after trying to help Rand Paul fight his uphill battle to the White House. Just don’t scuff the Beemer, bro.
A $1,000 Constitution, signed by Rand Paul.
In case you agree that the constitution needs one more signature, you can buy this
Rand Paul signature Constitution. Although, $1,000 seems a little pricey, especially since high school seniors get pocket Constitutions in government class for free.
Rand Paul may have a tough time getting the Republican nomination, but so far he is already a winner in the 2016 presidential campaign swag store race.
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