questionswhich cartoon character would make a good u.s…

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Great question. Better tags.

My first pick would have been Marvin the Martian, but then I realized he is an alien and therefore ineligible for the presidency.... so I will go with the silent film era Felix the Cat. So l won't have to hear another politician spew garbage...

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@tarasadies: I second Marvin The Martian (gee, where did I get MTM from????) because he wouldn't take crap off anyone.

But for the same reasons as you stated, he's not eligible.

My second vote would be Yosemite Sam. Pretty much the same reasons as Marvin.

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Foghorn Leghorn...but I think we may have already had him a few times.

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Easy! Hank Hill, I'll tell you what.

He'd at least be fair and honest. Plus he'd probably reduce our dependency on foreign oil by having us use more propane. XD

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The Roadrunner - because he was fast & clever. Perhaps he would quickly lift us out of our current economic woes. beep beep

Or....maybe the Tazmanian Devil. Lovely guy really. A bit angry, and not too good w/speeches. Nor simply speaking. At all. But, he's rather endearing. Also, I do believe he would kill and eat that pesky gecko on those annoying commercials.

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Phineas and Ferb. Sure they're only kids, but look at what they can do with a modest budget!

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Avatar Aang. Because only he can bring balance to the world's nations.

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Haven't the actual presidents been enough of a cartoon character for you?

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Oh jeeze, that's a tough one. I suppose if I had to choose any character from any cartoon I'd have to go wi-
HYPNOTOAD! ALL GLORY TO THE HYPNOTOAD

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I would definitely have to vote for Mr. Peabody (president) who is a dog (but a genius), and his sidekick, who is a boy named Sherman (Vice President). They are from the Rocky and Bullwinkle Show. I think their strongest advantage, regardless of what party they run for - You know what - let's call them Independents - is that they possess a "WayBack Machine" that allows them to go back in time and change their mistakes (how sweet is that)!

Side note: Dream Works is actually working on a film with these characters that is due out in 2014.

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Captain America!!!

Just kidding, I'd elect Homer Simpson.

Why? If you watched the movie... even though he is a total moron at best, he does whatever it takes for the good of his town.

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Any time someone asks you a question related to an animated/cartoon character interacting with the human world, the only correct answer is Jessica Rabbit.

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Steve Canyon, or maybe Clutch Cargo

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Scrooge McDuck. If anyone could stop the ridiculous amount of frivolous and wasteful spending it's bound to be the richest duck in the world. Not to mention he'd likely have all sorts of wacky ideas on how to make more money, so he'd need help implementing them and is bound to have a decent jobs plan.

Either that, or Batman.

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Yakko from Animaniancs. He already has experience as a king.

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We need Underdog! Speed of lightning roar of thunder fighting all who rob and plunder. An original superhero with a sense of humility.

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I would not have remembered it on my own (unlike some recent Presidents, I did inhale), but I think I'd have to agree with @mfladd's nomination above for his/her stated reasons.

Prior to reading @mfladd's comment, I was going to nominate Ricochet Rabbit and Droop-a-long, primarily because they have demonstrated time and again that they are no less qualified than many of the holders of the offices of President and Vice President (in truth, Droop-a-long reminds me of several Vice Presidents that have served during my lifetime, though I do not think that this was intentional on the part of his script writers).

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Captain Caveman. Oh wait, I pronounced that incorrectly, let me try again. ahem

Captain...Caaaaaaaaaavemaaaaaaaaan!

What's not to like? He has magic hair that seems to have everything he could possibly need and more, and somehow works like the TARDIS in that he could quite possibly pull a city bus out of it. He also has a club with different tools in it, but this is an AMERICAN club, not a Swiss Army Knife. There won't be any sex scandals, he has his own trio of hos that follow wherever he goes. (Oh hey, they rhymed).

Unga Bunga.

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MR.MAGOO!!! WORKS FOR BOTH THE CURRENT AND THE WANT TO BE PREZ...BLIND BUFFONS.

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Brock Sampson, Swedish killing machine for president!

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@thunderthighs: You could've linked the episode too ...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jh-6-Pg-gc8

Sire? Wait until we're alone. :)

If we're talking the mice, I'd have to nominate Pinky ... The Brain doesn't have a good track record.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yjs7NL-YnfU

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I vote for the Roadrunner. He's very intelligent, never gets fooled, and always keeps his composure.

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@narfcake: You were the first to mention The Brain?...
My vote is for The Brain, at least he is up front about wanting to take over the world.

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@lumpthar: [url=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Senator_Claghorn]Yes, we have[/url], as senator anyway.

My vote's for Pinkie Pie of the "PARTY!" party. Politics is too srs.

Edit: I give up. bbcode y u no work for me?

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My wife just told me that the correct answer is actually Superman. "Who else stands for truth, justice, and the American way? I pick Superman!"

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@urocyon: Thanks for your response. As far as "code" goes, DW uses Markdown. If you will look at this document about 2/3 of the way down there is an explanation. :)

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@jsimsace: Huh, I was using this for reference, which verified what I'd thought was in use here, but apparently is a lie. CURSE YOU WOOT! Oh well, too late to re-edit my last post again anyway.

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@bluejester: Tell you wife Superman was not born in the US, sorry. (Then do a little 'I am right and you are wrong' dance.)