While the candidates and the whole election team chill out (studying and keeping up with the news) until the end of 2019, it's time to get to know the younger generation.
The next Vice President of the United States is an exceptional little rodent. Although he is still young and camera-shy, he's exceedingly smart, thoughtful, and level headed, making him very well suited to the office. He's Monaham, pictured below.
Monaham is also especially close to his brother Mason, who is an exceptionally gifted and fun-loving member of the Hamster for President 2020 election team. In addition to his campaign work, Mason is an entrepreneur in his own right, running a real estate operation to find occupants for abandoned and somewhat off-putting houses. His working website is RodentRealty.com. It's a business that's been in the family for decades and features some residences that are, to say the least ... interesting.
A proceeds from house sales, which consist primarily of seeds, will go to support the election cause. Mason is pictured below.
Mason is a practical joker, but he is serious when he needs to be. His people communication skills are superb, as is his gift for talking to other species of voters.
He, Monaham and Diddley Squat work very well together as a team, something that will prove valuable after the first Hamster inauguration in history takes place in January of 2021.
The hamsters got a lot of encouragement by the fact that the press is taking their candidacy seriously. In fact, a cartoon came out recently about a hamster as head of state. Mason found it recently on the internet and was utterly delighted . . . . . . . . . (continues)
HAMSTER MULTIPLICATION EXPLAINED
How bad can internet translation get? It seems there's no limit. Here's a fun look at some "Asian languages to English" online translations.
The first time a hamster was elected President of the United States by popular vote was in 2000, and the Supreme Court of the United States overturned that election.
In the year 1920, the price of gasoline was thirty cents a gallon, 88 per cent of Los Angeles didn't exist, and all Syrian hamsters still lived in Syria.
Where have all the hamsters gone? You see Syrian hamsters in movies and TV commercials, on greeting cards and calendars. Everywhere but pet stores. Where are they? What's happening? Where have all the hamsters gone?
Creating the perfect Hamster Room
Do you want a room that's safe and comfortable for your hamsters? If you are using a spare bedroom in your house as a hamster room, there are simple steps you can take to "rodent-proof" the place.
The Economy: Down A Rathole?
With millions of Americans out of work and at least a million homes in foreclosure, it just might be time that humans learned to live a bit more like rodents.
Litter Fit For A Critter - Is It?
What could be more basic to a hamster's life than the litter in his or her cage - the soft stuff that feathers our nests, carpets cage floors, and absorbs moisture in the pee corner?
That litter can consist of several things. There are two very common varieties. One consists of pulped (recycled) paper ....
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