Source Pravda.Ru

The Talking Presidents

A talking doll of American President George Bush II is now available to buy over the Internet. The Bush doll smiles, but the things that it says are rather serious: the doll recites phrases from the president’s speeches. All this for only $29.99!

The Bush doll is meant for education, not for entertainment. Everyone can listen to Bush’s speeches to get into the patriotic spirit, as the producers of the doll believe. One of the phrases that the doll says is the one when Bush said that terrorists did not shake America’s ground even after they destroyed its largest buildings.

The doll’s mechanism is simple: just press a button on its back. A spokesman for the company Talking Presidents informed that over eight thousand people had ordered the doll already. George W. Bush is the first in a series of talking American presidents. The collection will be complete with George Bush, Kennedy, Clinton, Nixon, and Reagan talking dolls.

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