The Early YearsEdit
Chairman Mao, an Asian, was born in Asia on December 12, 1915. As a child, Mao frequently found himself home alone after school. This time alone is when he discovered his amazing singing and womanizing abilities.
The Chairman of the BoardEdit
Mao gained fame with his hit song, "If I Were a Carpenter" when he was only six years old. The song was such a hit that the construction company 'Hammer and Sickle' gave Mao the honorary title of 'The Chairman of the Board.' In 1938 Mao was arrested by a New Jersey sheriff. He was charged with 'carrying on with a married woman™', his first hit in 17 years.
Nixon never met him!