A tongue-in-Gallic cheek kit titled “Nicolas Sarkozy—the Voodoo Manual” is an online hit, despite “the president’s bid to get the book and accompanying doll banned.” Segolene Royal, who lost to Sarkozy last year, is lagging at No. 6 on Amazon France, while the president is No. 1. The kits contain the look-alike doll, a “short, humorous biography, and a set of needles to stick into the dolls.” Sarkozy, taking time away from the global financial crisis to demonstrate his lack of a sense of humor, is suing the company that sells the kits, with his lawyer “arguing that his client has the the exclusive right to his image.” The Daily Beast consumer investigative unit has found similar voodoo kits available for President Bush and Vice President Cheney, but so far no complaints have been reported from either of them. That we know of.