Ahmnodt Heare for President

Ahmnodt Heare For America… Ahmnodt Heare For You.

SOPA and the Cinemafia

Stop Online Piracy Act

Many websites are blacking out today, meaning that websites like Wikipedia cannot be accessed.  Many blogs are not offering their usual content but are showing an image like this and explaining why they take the stand that they do.  I decided to comment because fighting SOPA, PIPA,  (and similar legislation) is why I decided to run for President in the first place.

I saw the actions the Cinemafia were taking during my days as a movie theater manager.  I took action back then to try to make going to the movies more affordable while maintaining a profit for the theater.  (I realized it was important to make a profit because I like getting paid.)  I was soon fired because I took these actions without approval from the Cinemafia.

The Cinemafia is supporting SOPA because many people are smart enough not to pay for the crap they have spewed for the last 10 years.  People are tired of paying more and more for lesser quality entertainment.  America is waking up and SOPA is the sleeping pill the Cinemafia wants you to take.

But their sleeping pill has side effects.  It causes anxiety and sleeplessness because you would soon be extremely limited in what you can post on Facebook, MySpace, Google+, or your blog.  Instead of showing the damage the Cinemafia is causing, I will have to describe it and hope people take my word for it.

Click the photo to find out more information.  The site will tell you how to contact your senators and your congressperson.  Tell them Ahmnodt Heare sent you and that he is on to them!

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January 18, 2012 - Posted by | campaign, commentary, editorial, media, politics, satire, Social Networking | , , , , , , , , , ,

2 Comments

  1. Go Ahmnodt! Want to place a button or graphic linking to your site, besides the blogroll link. Do you have one?

    Comment by Rachael Black | January 19, 2012

    • I can make one. What size do you need?

      Comment by Ahmnodt Heare | January 19, 2012


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