Kids Vote for Cat in the Hat to Become Next President

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Sure, he’s made his fair share of mistakes, but he always apologizes and he always keeps his word about making things right again. Of course we are talking about The Cat in the Hat, the children’s storybook favorite brought to us by none other than the amazing Dr. Suess. As it turns out, we now have another candidate to vote for in the upcoming 2016 Presidential Election, and this one gets all our votes. Okay, so he’s not really running for president, but the Cat in the Hat is the favorite nominee among kids all over the country. What a sad day it is for us as Americans to realize that a cat that wears a striped hat and makes a giant mess everywhere he goes is the best candidate for the job?

More importantly, what does it say that children voted for him and actually made a good decision about something so important? He’s going to be the kid’s candidate, and we think that he’s going to have a strong voting system behind him as he makes his way across the country plying his voters with milk, cookies and good fun reading time. We love it, and we think that this is one amazing way to teach kids a bit about politics and to get them involved in what is important in our country. He might only be a cat, but he does look dapper in his red, white and blue. And he already has the hat for the job, so who couldn’t vote for him?

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