Ahmnodt Heare for President

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One Group I Avoid

I believe in trying to reach as many demographics as possible.  This include groups that none of the other candidates are reaching out to.  There is a group of people that I do not reach out to.  It’s not because the group is not an important demographic to reach out to.  It is because the group is so into Mitt Romney that he looks like he belongs in the group.

Mitt Romney before speaking to the demographic that best defines him.

I am not against campaigning to vampires.  I have had discussions with vampires as individuals.  The problem with campaigning to vampires as a group is that no candidate better defines a demographic than Mitt Romney defines the vampire demographic.  Romney sucks the life out of people much like vampires suck the blood (and thus the life) out of people.

One common misconception is that when someone dies and becomes undead, they automatically become zombies.  This is not true.  If it was true, there would be no need to write this post.  If someone has the blood sucked out of him or her, then he or she becomes a vampire and not a zombie.

Whether you support me or any other candidate not named Mitt Romney, it is important that you keep the following items with you if you don’t want to die and vote for Mitt Romney:

  • Garlic Clove
  • Crucifix
  • Stake (or is it Steak?)
  • Debbie Boone music
These items will keep vampires away from you and will keep your voting interest intact.  (Even if you don’t want to vote and just want to live.)  I wouldn’t break out the Debbie Boone music unless an attack by a vampire is imminent.

November 4, 2011 - Posted by | Ahmnodt, campaign, commentary, election, humor, politics, satire | , , , , , , ,


  1. If an immortal, impossible strong, Edward bit a super human like Superman, who would give first? The fangs or the man of steel neck?

    Comment by Scholar Mel | November 5, 2011

    • Definitely the fangs. (Unless the fangs were made of kryptonite.).

      Comment by Ahmnodt Heare | November 6, 2011

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