sex hikayeleri interior desing escort fethiye escort denizli porno hikaye kredi kartı borç sorgulama sitesi yayında ziraatbank borç sorgulama
OFFBEAT NEWS
August 16, 2012 12:00:00 AM
  Follow @ Twitter

Hank, a cat running for the US Senate, bared his claws Wednesday with a radical proposal for improving America's unpopular Congress: get rid of the humans.

"It's OK to make a change. It's OK to vote the humans out," a campaign video released by the feline politico says.

Most media coverage of the Senate race in Virginia focuses on Republican former governor George Allen and Democratic nominee Tim Kaine, another former governor and ally of President Barack Obama.

But Hank is not one to whinge about media bias. He writes on www.hankforsenate.com that his traditional American self-reliance is the way forward.

Born to a single mother and forced to live on the street, Hank says he "earned his success and his name through hard work."

Although there is little polling data on Hank's bid to become the first cat in the Senate, a vote based on popularity of his Facebook page would have him breathing down the Democrat's neck.

At last count, Kaine's site scored 24,271 "likes" to Hank's 23,664.

AFP

Wiggle


PREVIOUS STORY
US population reaches pi milestone
NEXT STORY
Paul Ryan gets bipartisan approval

Bookmark and Share
   




FIJI NEWS
Casual worker mowed to deathA 35-year-old casual worker of Vuci Rd, Nausori died in an accident at Vuci South Road early this morning after getting hit by a taxi.
SPORTS
Labasa overcomes Nadroga in VPLLabasa fought tooth and nail to overcome a spirited Nadroga outfit 1-0 and register its second consecutive victory in the Vodafone Premier League at Lawaqa Park last night.
ENTERTAINMENT
Band Of Horses new album Why Are You Ok out JuneIn the past, Band of Horses founder and leader Ben Bridwell would literally run away from home to write while holing up in a secluded cabin or other such remote location, emerging months later with new songs for his band to flesh out and fully animate.
WORLD
Pope prays for peace in Syria, KoreaPope Francis prayed for a "political solution" in Syria and for "reconciliation" on the Korean peninsula in his first Easter Sunday message in front of a crowd in St Peter's Square.
BUSINESS
Fijian economy records consecutive growthThe Fijian economy recorded its sixth consecutive year of expansion in 2015, with the economy growing by 4.0 percent while also noting its third successive year of growth above 4.0 percent.
TECHNOLOGY
Fiji receives ICT awardFijis efforts in harnessing its ICT sector has been recognised by the International Telecommunications Union and Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama yesterday received the ICTs in Sustainable Development Award in New York.
NEWS SPORTS INFOTAINMENT MOBILE HOT TOPICS FOLLOW US ON