Oscar is all Romney
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For the past month, America has tuned into the debates on television and followed the candidates online. But did you know your pets have been watching too?
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But don't be upset if your pet has a different political ideology. Most of our pets are sophisticated enough to have educated debates about economic planning and foreign policy. Just don't bring up Big Bird or binders -- those are still sore subjects.
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The son of a single mother who also spent time on death row -- does that not scream politician sob story?Hank the cat scratched his way into the Virginia senate race by promising a focus on job creation if he makes it to DC. The power-hungry kitty’s official campaign website details what makes Hank the perfect choice for Congress:“Hank is a refreshing candidate -- energetic, inspiring, and real. Unlike so many others, he wasn’t born with a “silver spoon” -- but earned his success and his name through hard work.”Hank will have to defeat George Allen, Tim Kaine and the distraction of laser pointers if he hopes to have a chance in November.Image courtesy of Hank for Senate
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