In today's hypersensitive political environment, it's difficult - but apparently not impossible - to create a "political" tchotchke that appeal to both the Republicans and the Democrats.
But Sam Girton managed to do just that with his Bush gnomes. This one, with the likeness of the President as a lumberjack gnome appeals to Republicans as "[they] see it as a reference to George Washington cutting down a cherry tree. . . and Dems see it as a symbol of deforestation."