If Donald Trump really gets nominated, our last hope may be this cat running for President.

If Donald Trump really gets nominated, our last hope may be this cat running for President.
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You can vote to put yet another fat cat in office.

Together, we cat.
Posted by Limberbutt 2016 on Tuesday, June 2, 2015

I, for one, would like to see a dog president first. Cats have had it good for too long, and a dog president would really shake things up. Especially right after his baths. You know... because he would shake off all water? Because he's wet, and dogs do that. OK, you get it.

Limberbutt McCubbins is officially running for president in 2016. Nowhere on his website does it say if he's running as an Independent, though knowing how aloof cats are, I'm guessing that's the plan. All the website really has is his slogan: "The time is meow."

His Facebook page on the other hand, includes a lot of things you should paws and enjoy.

Here he is taking a strong stance on dogs:

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On this here 4th of July, I, Limberbutt McCubbins, promise to work my hardest for every American. If elected as your...
Posted by Limberbutt 2016 on Saturday, July 4, 2015

Also, Limberbutt is already diving into a negative ad campaign against his anti-cat opponents:

Now is the time for you start to garner political support for me, Limberbutt. I promise all Americans a bright future in the world wide cat industry! Let's go out there and vote!
Posted by Limberbutt 2016 on Saturday, June 6, 2015
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Isaac Weis, a 17-year-old student from Louisville, Kentucky filled out all the official paperwork for candidate Limberbutt. The best part is: Isaac isn't even the owner of the cat. He's just friends with it. It must be a very charismatic cat to convince someone who is not his owner to try something like this.

So far, the cat campaign has already been covered by Rachel Maddow, NPR, and now Someecards. My hope is this article will finally make every reader think harder about the issues and not the politics. The main issue being: would a cat get just as much done as president as his human predecessors?

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No matter what the outcome, this cat still has a better chance at being in the White House than Bobby Jindal.

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