Ahmnodt Heare for President

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Here They Come!

Just when it looked like the only challengers I was going to have to deal with in 2012 were Jimmy McMillan and Barack Obama, the “mainstream” Republicans are coming out of the woodwork.  Mitt Romney and Tim Pawlenty have both announced that they are going to have exploratory committees to run for President.

I wonder what their committees will explore.  They both claim to be fiscal conservatives, but will they continue to call themselves that after reading this site and seeing how a real fiscal conservative runs a fiscal conservative campaign?  If they have a soul, they won’t.  But they are politicians, so they will.

Mitt Romney is a multi-millionaire who raised a ton of money for his last campaign. Despite all of the campaign’s money, the campaign still ran up over $17 million in debt. This is not fiscal conservatism.  This is the actions of someone who acting like somebody typically found in government.

There are two things that make me a real fiscal conservative:  1) I do not throw money at problems.  2) I do not borrow money (except for cigarettes, which I always pay back in a day or two.)

If you hear somebody call either Romney or Pawlenty a “fiscal conservative”, show them my record and dare them to match it.

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April 13, 2011 - Posted by | Ahmnodt, commentary, editorial, humor, politics, satire | , , ,

13 Comments

  1. How do you feel about Trump as a potential adversary?

    Comment by The Good Greatsby | April 13, 2011

  2. I am not concerned about Trump yet. Many people are too hung up over his toupee to take him as a serious candidate.

    Comment by Ahmnodt Heare | April 13, 2011

  3. What about the Kardashian sisters? They have a ton of money and at least one brain between the 5 of them.

    Comment by officeoddities | April 14, 2011

    • The Kardashians’ ass-ets would be a formidable foe. I am hoping they would join my campaign instead.

      Comment by Ahmnodt Heare | April 14, 2011

  4. Is Kermit the Frog a threat? Would you consider him for your VP?

    Comment by Mel (Dummies of the Year!) | April 14, 2011

    • I would consider Kermit as a VP candidate, but I think he would run with Ms. Piggy instead.

      Comment by Ahmnodt Heare | April 14, 2011

  5. I dont see either one winning the nod. Romney Utah Mormon whose views are not what america is looking for right now….sister wives in the WH ..Tim Pawlenty comes off as a pussy in foreign affairs..and no where near the fundraiser that Romney is…both will have to raise at least 250 Mil to come any where near the money that the front runner will raise..dont know who that maybe right now…zman sends

    Comment by zmanowner | April 14, 2011

    • Here is how I see it: Barack Obama is quite beatable. The only problem is that none of the people Republicans would vote for can beat him. The only Republicans who can beat him are people like Ron Paul or Gary Johnson. They are the only Repubs who can draw votes away from Independents and disenfranchised Dems.

      Comment by Ahmnodt Heare | April 15, 2011

    • I am running as an Independent because there are more independents than either Democrats or Republicans. I can win the election by winning the independents and by getting 10-15% of the Dems and GOPers who feel dissatisfied with their parties.

      Comment by Ahmnodt Heare | April 15, 2011

  6. Fun Fact: In Canada, we spell fiscal with a “ph” (physical).

    Comment by bschooled | April 15, 2011

    • That is so phunky! (That’s how I spell it so I don’t confuse it with the other word that starts with “fu” and ends with “k”.

      Comment by Ahmnodt Heare | April 15, 2011

  7. $17 million in debt & he wants to RUN the country? Holy fish balls.

    Comment by yellowcat | April 17, 2011

    • It’s either Romney or Trump (Trump has filed for Chapter 13 bankruptcy on a couple occasions.)

      Comment by Ahmnodt Heare | April 17, 2011


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