Ahmnodt Heare for President

Ahmnodt Heare For America… Ahmnodt Heare For You.

The Results are In

Last month I had a poll asking whether I should still run as an Independent or if I should start my own party.  The people have spoken:  50% of you say I should remain an Independent and 50% of you say I should start my own party.  This means I get to break the tie.  I decided to flip a coin.  Heads would mean I would start a new party and tails would mean I remained an Independent.  It came up heads.

I was mulling over the names I could use for the party.  Here are a few of the names I rejected:

  • The “Vanna White Party” – As wonderful an honor it is to serve as the Presidential candidate in the Vanna White Party, I am not too sure too many Americans would join a party with Her name.  Plus there is the cost of changing all the stationery and signs one the unthinkable happens and we are no longer blessed with Her presence.  “vannawhitememorialparty.org” is too long to type.
  • The “Toga Party” – While I want the party to capture the atmosphere of a toga party, I want the image of the party to be more than drunks wearing bedsheets.
  • The “Ahmnodt Heare Party” – While I would have no problem being in a party named after me, it would be too much pressure for candidates who would want to run as an Ahmnodt Heare Party candidate.  People would expect the other candidates in the party to be as lovable as I am, and that would be too much of a burden for many people.

The name I have chosen for the party is the “Oudda-Heare” Party.  It is named for two of the most influential people in my life, my mother and father.  Ged Oudda and Robert Heare are responsible for making me who I am, and I blame thank them.

In the near future, I will have information on how to join the Oudda-Heare Party.


February 22, 2009 - Posted by | Ahmnodt, campaign, commentary, politics, satire | , , , , ,


  1. Your parents will be proud. Will Canadians be allowed to join?

    Comment by C. Fraser | February 22, 2009

  2. I personally like “Heare It Is” party. The theme music would be great.

    Whoop! Heare It Is…
    Whoop! Heare It iS…

    Comment by greatd | February 22, 2009

  3. C. Fraser, Canadians will allow to join as soon as people write Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and demand that they be allowed to vote for the leader of the free world. Details are here: https://ahmnodtheare.wordpress.com/2008/12/05/leader-of-the-free-world/

    Comment by Ahmnodt Heare | February 22, 2009

  4. When Grandma Oudda remarried, she became known as Ida Oudda-Maimynd.

    Comment by Ahmnodt Heare | February 22, 2009

  5. Here are a couple more party name ideas to consider, just for the helluvit:
    1) The Udder Party
    2) The Heare Goes Nothing Party
    3) The Heare Me Roar Party
    4) The Did you Heare Me, Goddamn-it?! Party
    5) The Listen Up! Party
    6) The I Can’t Heare you Party
    And last but not least
    7) The Helluvit party
    Whatever name you choose, you’ll have many faithful supporters, I feel sure…

    Comment by 1writegirl | February 23, 2009

    • Those are good suggestions as well as the “Ahmnodt Heare to Save America Party”, but I already told my parents. My mom is stoked that a political party will be named after her and that she is seriously considering voting for me in 2012.

      Comment by Ahmnodt Heare | February 23, 2009

  6. I’ll be the first to sign up!

    Comment by Skip Dekades | February 23, 2009

  7. I think you should keep the Ahmnodt Heare Party and require nominees to have their name legally changed.

    Comment by gryphonscry | February 23, 2009

  8. A solid choice.Well done

    Comment by Ram Venkatararam | February 23, 2009

  9. […] I am encouraged by the results of the last poll.  Nobody plans to vote for a Republican and only one person plans to vote for a Democrat (but only if I am the Democrat.)  People will vote for either an Independent or a third-party candidate.  I am guessing the third party is the Oudda-Heare Party. […]

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