Bicameral

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The original idea of using one two-headed camel was scrapped due to the breeding costs.
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A bicameral government is one which relies on two, rather than one, camels to make legislative decisions.

This method doing people was praised by the founding fathers of the United States as being "more odd," and "much less civilized." Detractors, however, cite a fifteen-fold increase in the camel feeding and care budget, as well an occasional difficulty in getting a four-hump consensus.

In the US, this system replaced an even more archaic one where white elephants and stubborn donkeys ruled the nation.

Nations With Bicameral Government[edit]

Famous Cameral Representatives[edit]

  • Sally the Camel
  • Joe Camel (Impeached in 1997 for unseemly conduct with minors)