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Please – No More GOP Debates!

The GOP had their 20th debate last night.  One thing I noticed about many of these debates is how my health tends to deteriorate during debates.  I can’t explain it.  The same thing happened with the 2008 general debates between Senators Obama and McCain.

It would be easier to understand if I was on stage in any of these debates.  I haven’t been on stage for any debate except for the debate of Independent Presidential Candidates in 2009.  I did not get ill during that debate.

It would be easy to understand if I didn’t have a solid platform and wasn’t consistent in my beliefs (besides capital punishment which I still have no position).  But nobody has attacked my views on the issues during these debates.

It can’t be because I am live-commentating on the internet.  I have done that for other things without getting sick.  I have a talk show (it was on hiatus) that I talk live and take phone calls from whomever calls.  I do not have anybody to screen my calls, so I do not know who will call.  It could be an avid supporter, a citizen who wants to ask questions or a Howard Stern fan calling to say, “Baba Booey.”

I think what is making me sick is the questions being asked.  They keep asking about foreign policy and abortion and not questions about the issues people want to have answered: “How would you fight the Cinemafia”, “Does this pass the ‘Vanna’ test?”  “What would Joyce DeWitt do about a specified topic?” and other issues tugging at the hearts of Americans.

I was running a fever of 101.3F last night.  I felt fine before the debate and I feel fine now.  There is a debate scheduled for March 19.  This is after Super Tuesday.  If it looks like that either Mitt Romney, Rick Santorum, or Vermin Supreme are going to run away with this, then it will be canceled.  If it’s still muddled after Super Tuesday, then it will be the last GOP debate.  I’ll be stocking up on Vitamin C just in case.

February 23, 2012 Posted by | Ahmnodt, commentary, debate, humor, issues, media, Meeting of Independent Presidential Candidates, politics, satire, Vanna White | , , , , , , , , , , | 5 Comments

Note About the “Meeting of Independent Presidential Candidates” Entries

For those who are expecting the entries to be shown in the same order as the rest of the blog, I have retro-dated the entries to the dates I would have entered the entries if I was near a computer on that day.  Click here to see all of the entries posted for the Meeting of Independent Presidential Candidates.

November 23, 2009 Posted by | Ahmnodt, Meeting of Independent Presidential Candidates | Comments Off on Note About the “Meeting of Independent Presidential Candidates” Entries

The Economic Forum

The economic forum was both refreshing and baffling.  It was refreshing that there were many well-thought out plans on how to revive and maintain the economy.  The baffiling part is that an overwhelming majority of Americans voted for either Barack Obama or John McCain thinking that either candidate had any understanding of the economy.

The economy will not be one of the topics debated on Thursday.  We have developed an economic plan based on ideas from many of the candidates.  The foundation of the recovery portion of the economic plan is my bailout plan.   The consenus was that stimulus money should only go to people willing to spend it.  Doug Kamakachi’s proposal that the bailout money not be counted as income was also added.

Taxation will vary on spending.  The more government spends, the more people will be taxed.  Spending will depend on how much money we have.  The money we have will depend on tax rates.  The more government spends, the more people will be taxed.

November 17, 2009 Posted by | Ahmnodt, Bailout, campaign, commentary, economy, humor, Meeting of Independent Presidential Candidates, satire, taxes | Comments Off on The Economic Forum

The War on “War”

One of the biggest arguments we Americans have is whether we should be fighting wars in Iraq, Afghanistan, and Canada.  Proponents of war say it’s the only way we can stop the enemy.  Opponents of war say that the proponents only want war because they lack the speaking skills needed for diplomacy.  While this explains why Republicans are for war, it doesn’t explain why Democrats are against war.

I am finding that my position on war is not very popular with Star Trek fans.  Doug Kamakachi is a candidate from California running as an independent with the intent of implementing the Democratic Party platform.  He claims that Democrats can’t seem to implement their platform so he will do it for them.

Doug doesn’t like my position on war because he is a Trekkie and doesn’t want to see William Shatner deported.  He also saved money on this Caribbean getaway by booking his cruise on priceline.com.  He wants to end all wars (including the wars Americans aren’t involved in) and remove bases from every country except Switzerland.  He claims that having a base in Switzerland will help the Swiss end their neutrality and become an ally with the United States.   I think it is because Doug gets turned on when Heidi is yodeling.

November 16, 2009 Posted by | Afghanistan, Ahmnodt, campaign, Canada, commentary, Democrats, humor, Iraq, Meeting of Independent Presidential Candidates, Platform, satire, War | , , , , , , | Comments Off on The War on “War”

The Vice-Presidential Candidate

NOTE: This is the second of a series of entries from the “Meeting of Independent Presidential Candidates” that took place in the Caribbean from November 14-20.  To see the entire series (once completed), click on the “Meeting of Independent Presidential Presidents” tag and the entire list should pop up.

There are twelve candidates for President who are partaking in the Meeting of Independent Presidential Candidates.  All of the candidates have interesting platforms.  If time permits, I will discuss all of them.

Tonight I want to mention the person hoping to be the vice-presidential candidate.  her name is Sondra Demarest.  She says she is willing to be President if the situation calls for it (assassination, impeachment, resigns to chase around hotties, etc.), but would rather work behind the scenes and have the President and his (or her) visibility take the hit for any of her policies that might not work.

Sondra isn’t a hottie, but she isn’t butt-ugly either.  It probably wouldn’t take more than one or two drinks before I would consider seducing her.

November 14, 2009 Posted by | Ahmnodt, campaign, commentary, humor, Meeting of Independent Presidential Candidates, politics, satire | , , | 2 Comments

A Night in Orlando

NOTE: This is a first of a series of entries from the “Meeting of Independent Presidential Candidates” that took place in the Caribbean from November 14-20.  To see the entire series (once completed), click on the “Meeting of Independent Presidential Presidents” tag and the entire list should pop up.

Something told me I shouldn’t travel on Friday the 13th, but I traveled anyway.  Although the meeting does not start until tomorrow, I have already met a couple of candidates.

LaTisha Jackson is from Illinois.  Her plan is to make public transportation mandatory and free.  I was originally against both, but after listening to her, I am still against both parts of the plan.  I promised her that when I got back I would crunch the numbers and see if her plan of creating revenue through increased ad rates and money saved by not spending millions of dollars to collect fares would be enough to offset operating costs.

The other candidate I met was Travis Zuck from Toledo, OH.  He has a different take on the Cinemafia.  He believes that no movie should be more than an hour in length.   I told Travis that movie lengths would no longer be a problem once we rid the movie industry of the Cinemafia and Canadians.  We agreed to formally debate it on “Debate Day” on Thursday the 19th.

November 13, 2009 Posted by | Meeting of Independent Presidential Candidates | Comments Off on A Night in Orlando

   

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