Sandy Adams Is a Doll -- Schoolgirl Outfit Optional

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Republican Rep. Sandy Adams of Orlando is now a subject in a new collection of dolls called the "Lady Republican Series."

Adams joins Sarah Palin, Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachmann, South Dakota Rep. Kristi Noem, New Hampshire Sen. Kelly Ayotte, and South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley in the plastic GOP, at the cost of $39.95 apiece.

Each of the ladies can be outfitted in the clothing of your choice: A red, white, or blue skirt suit; a blue pantsuit; the "X-Raider" outfit with a .45-caliber handgun; or -- of course -- a schoolgirl outfit.

You can also choose accessories like a necklace or BlackBerry phone and also select from seven types of earrings.

The Connecticut-based company producing the dolls, HeroBuilders, has previously made a ton of other GOP-favorable figures, including Joe the Plumber and President Obama as the Joker, and has some sort of obsession with Sarah Palin.

If you just need a doll modeled after Rep. Allen West, Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, Gov. Rick Scott, or anyone else, the company says it'll make you a custom one for $375.

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