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Features Of George W. Bush Presidential Library

The technologically advanced and highly interactive George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum will open to the public on May 1 in Dallas. Here are some of the notable features of the museum:

  • Interactive world map that lets visitors create their own Axis of Evil
  • Visitors can ride the fun Approval Rating Slide all the way from Bush’s first year in office down to the last
  • Exhibition of the best Bush effigies from all around the world
  • Entire wing devoted to quick, effective federal response to Tropical Storm Arlene
  • Tastefully done oil-on-canvas painting of a nude Laura Bush
  • Free “Museum Accomplished” button handed out to all visitors after making their way through just the first of 25 rooms of the museum
  • A replica of Saddam’s nuclear warheads
  • Building’s total area is 800 square feet

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