Talking Presidents presents an action figure of George W. Bush's Secretary of Defense, Donald Rumsfeld. This collectable figure is 12-inches tall and comes in a display box. Press the button on his back to hear him say 28 different phrases!
"You just don't like one-word answers."
"What they do with themselves is up to them and what people around them do with them is up to the people around them."
The statement made is sound as a rock...I didn't say Iraq!"
and much more!
The Talking Donald "Rummy" Rumsfeld Action Figure from Talking Presidents is resplendent in a red-white and blue box that features a clear front display panel for viewing the Rumsfeld figure within. It includes full color photos, biographical text and a speech by Rumsfeld to American Veterans. "Rummy" is dressed in a black pin-stripped suit with white shirt, yellow tie and black shoes. The articulated figure stands on a special Department of Defense display base. The figure's features duplicate Rumsfeld's stoic, determined look, his gray hair and even comes with a set of glasses!
Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld's political, military and private sector careers are impressive. Just a few of the jobs he has held include: Representative, aviator, cabinet member, Counselor to the President, Director of the Office of Economic Opportunity, Chairman of a pharmaceutical company, Chief Executive of the Pharmaceutical Industry, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the General Instrument Corporation, an active member of various government Defense and Trade committees and other high-profile positions-all of which were impressive and important. None of them quite prepared him for his current position as Secretary of Defense.
A true patriot, Donald (Rummy) Rumsfeld is tight-lipped and reluctant to let the press know exactly what is going on behind closed White House doors for secrecy's sake and the safety of our military. This has caused some consternation among the media that thrive on leaks, speculation, and insider information - none of which Mr. Rumsfeld will provide. Whenever he does speak he reveals only the details he desires and nothing more. His tendency to double-speak has become a source of humor to the press and politic detractors. Although he may disagree with the President and members of the President's cabinet on certain areas of defense and security, he has shown himself to be a trusted and loyal friend to the Presidency and to the people of the United States, always placing their welfare first.