Ahmnodt Heare for President

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2008 Television Mention Discovered

I did not know that my 2008 campaign was mentioned on television until today.  I found out about it while talking to a trucker at the Denny’s counter in Des Moines.  He said it was big news that day, but faded as soon as it was shone in the spotlight.  There was no mention of it in the Des Moines radio ads or in the newspapers. I was told everybody talked about the news story at bars, bowling alleys, and at midweek church services that night, but nothing had been mentioned since.

I found the news story.  It turned out that they asked Maxim model Diana Falzone about my campaign.  Copyright laws prohibit me from posting the video on my site, but I can post the link and you can check out the news story for yourself.

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April 12, 2010 - Posted by | Ahmnodt, campaign, election, humor, media, satire | , , , , ,

6 Comments

  1. That’s great! If I wasn’t a convicted felon I’d vote for you.

    Comment by yellowcat | April 12, 2010

  2. Funny thing about laws… Felons can’t vote for many offices, but can run for almost any of them.

    Comment by Ahmnodt Heare | April 12, 2010

  3. […] Christopher Rosen wrote an interesting post today. Here’s a quick excerptI did not know that my 2008 campaign was mentioned on television until today. I found out about it while talking to a trucker at the Denny’s counter in Des Moines. He said it was big news that day, but faded as soon as it was shone in … […]

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  4. well cool.

    By the way is there any such thing as an unconvicted felon? 🙂

    Comment by Gryphon | April 13, 2010

  5. Case in point to your comment Ahmnodt–Lyndon LaRouche

    Comment by Gryphon | April 13, 2010

  6. Gryphon, one would argue that Bush and Cheney are unconvicted felons. But I think a felon should get his or her voting rights restored as soon as one is released from prison.

    Comment by Ahmnodt Heare | April 13, 2010


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