Ahmnodt Heare for President

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Raise the Bar

Although I am no longer running for President, I still care about the country and its future.  I still believe we can change things and abolish the CineMafia and the grip it has on the Great American Entertainment Industry.

Time is running out.  We can’t wait until 2012 and hope the new wave of schmucks will fix the problems caused by the current wave of schmucks and the schmucks of the past.  The problems need to be asked now.

It starts with your elected officials.  They must be held accountable.  Ask them questions.  (By questions, I don’t mean the Katie Couric “How’s your day going?” questions.  I mean the “What are your intentions with a 14-year-old girl?” question that Chris Hansen asks fat bald middle-aged men carrying a case of beer on “To Catch a Predator.”)  I just hope you don’t have to ask your elected official that specific question.

Now is the time to hold them accountable.  Not Election Day, not during the primary season.  Demand excellence from your elected officials.  (It’s not like you asked to be governed.)  Raise the bar! NOW!  DONE! NOW!


October 13, 2011 - Posted by | commentary, editorial, election, humor, legislation, politics, satire | , , , , , , , ,


  1. I think a mandatory age requirement for all actors and actress should be put into effect. Nothing annoys me more than kids in a movie (unless it’s kids in the restaurant) and snotty teenagers don’t need to think they are special more than they already do. We get smarter with age and have more life experiences to fall back on so I believe the minimum age for anyone to be in front of a camera is 35. Look at George Clooney. He had a goofy haircut and smile on The Facts of Life. Would you rather look at him now or back then? I’d rather watch a performance by Judi Dench or Helen Mirren than see Kristen Stewarts’ smug mug and watch her struggle to remember her lines.

    Comment by yellowcat | November 6, 2011

    • I think that all movies that aren’t specifically for children (like cartoons, etc.) should automatically carry the “X” rating and that everybody in the movie and everybody who watches the movie is at least 18 years of age. This will help curb pedophilia.

      Comment by Ahmnodt Heare | November 7, 2011

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