Mickey Mouse III

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File:Houseofmousecdcover.jpg Mickey Mouse III (born February 7, 1960) was the son of late Foreign Affairs Minister Mickey Mouse, Jr. and grandson of the famed Commander President of Disneyland Mickey Mouse the Great. He recently served as one of the ten members of the Great Council of the Disneyland Confederation.

Early Years[edit]

Mickey Mouse III was born on February 7, 1960 in Fantasyland. As a youth, Mickey Mouse III looked up to his grandfather Mickey Mouse the Great as a role model, dreaming of one day following in his footsteps and leading Disneyland. When Mouse the Great died on April 20 1970, the 10 year old Mouse III was devestated, choosing to isolate himself from his peers to cope with the loss. This lasted for a couple of years until Mouse III, now 13 years old, devoted his life to the study of politics and justice. In 1985, he received a Masters Degree in Law and then proceeded to become a lawyer.

Political Career[edit]

After spending several successful years as a lawyer Mouse III hinted that he may be interested in running for public office in the 1990's. Heavy promotion by his father Mickey Mouse, Jr. helped to bring him into the public spotlight, allowing him to become acquainted with the people of Disneyland. This would eventually pay off, as Mouse III would soon be elected to the Great Council. Now a member for over a decade, Mouse III has gained a reputation for his firm liberal stance on social issues. On June 12, 2008, Mouse III gave a foreign endorsement for Barack Obama for his nomination for Presidency of the United States, despite being an initial supporter of John Edwards.

Personal Life[edit]

Mickey Mouse III's first child, Mickey Mouse IV, was born on May 17, 1988. His daughter, Minnie Mouse II was born on June 21, 1990.

On October 13, 2006 Mickey Mouse, Jr. passed away as a result of complications related to his brain paralysis. His decling health first became evident when he suffered his first paralysis attack only four months prior to his death. Mouse III took a pause from his political career to mourn his father's passing before announcing plans to carry on with his work in honor of Mouse, Jr.