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Friday, 20 February 2009

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"Tea For Two And Two Billion Too"!

Boston, USA. - Tea Drinking for America Now (TDAN) - the largest tea drinking advocacy campaign - launched a new television ad today in the Boston area while Congress was back in town for it's latest jaked tanned session.

The ad is designed to promote President Obama's commitment to promoting US tea drinking in 2009 in order to turn around the American economy.

On February 4, 2008, Obama gave an impassioned speech on the campaign trail at the Seaport World Trade Center, Boston, MA in which he spoke about the urgency of "fixing our economy through the successful habit of tea drinking as followed by our British counterparts!"

"The question isn't, "How we can afford to focus on fixing our tea drinking habits?" he said. "The question is, 'How can we afford not to?' Because in order to fix our economic crisis, and rebuild our black class asses, we need to fix our tea drinking system too - It is clear that the time has come - right now - to solve this problem!"

The ad - which airs this week - mixes Obama "in his own words" with one of the most renowned British tea brands in the UK, namely TP Gips!

Gypsy Rose Lee, Manager, TP Gips US, said. "We will be there to help President Obama realize his vision of quality, affordable US tea drinking and economic bliss for all in 2009!"

Messages of congratulations and pledges of support to help Obama deliver on his promise have come from non other than Johnny Vegas and Monkey, who Obama is ousting to become the new front man for PG Tips worldwide.

Vegas has been quoted as saying "getting a real life looking monkey to front the new ad is a stroke of advertising genius, however I'm not sure whether Monkey aka Ben Miller will be looking forward to sticking his hand up Obama's black arse to mimic the Pentagon's puppet's actions!"

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