Ahmnodt Heare for President

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Odds and Ends and Stuff

A lot has happened this past week and things have changed this week.  I was campaigning in New York State and felt the wrath of Mother Nature (Believe me, it was a mother!)  Many of my campaign stops had to be postponed or canceled.  I decided not to moderate a debate on global warming and climate change because it was in Rochester, NY and every time there is a big conference on global warming, it gets canceled due to snow.  They were calling for snow in Rochester over the weekend and I didn’t want to get stuck.

Saturday was my travel day (back home).  Sunday was football, football, and more football.  The traveling I have done in recent weeks has paid a toll on my car.  It will be in the shop tomorrow for car repairs, an oil change, and one of those pine-tree scented air fresheners.

Tomorrow is the State of the Union Address.  When I conducted a poll last week, I was under the impression that the address was going to be at 8PM Eastern.  I was mistaken.  (It happens)  The speech will be at 9:00PM Eastern.This will be my schedule:

  • Tuesday 9PM Eastern – I will blog my reactions to the State of the Union address as well as the Republican response by Rep. Paul Ryan and the Tea Party response by Rep. Michele Bachmann.
  • No radio show Tuesday Night – it has been moved to Thursday Night 9:00PM Eastern.  The show will start off with my “State of the Union Address.”  I will also summarize President Obama’s State of the Union address as well as responses by Reps. Paul Ryan and Michele Bachmann as well as the homeless guy from down the street.

I am back home and things are starting to return to normal.  (By “normal”, I mean the way things were two weeks ago.)  I will try to blog every day, but cannot promise it will be in the “Post-a-Day 2011” campaign by WordPress standards.

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January 24, 2011 Posted by | blogtalk radio, commentary, humor, issues, postaday2011, Republicans, satire, State of the Union | , , , , , , | Comments Off on Odds and Ends and Stuff

The Nanny State and Dead Birds

Two different subjects in one post

The Nanny State: It seems that we are becoming a nanny state.  This concerns me greatly.  A few of my friends growing up had nannies and they scared me.  They were nice people, but the way they dressed scared me and I hope America doesn’t go down this road.

Is this how you want your future to end up? Me neither!

Dead Birds:

There have been a rash of birds dying in recent weeks.  A convocation of Eagles died last weekend in Philadelphia last Sunday.  There were two more dead bird sightings today.  An unkindness of Ravens were found dead in downtown Pittsburgh.  A cast of Falcons got dirty and died in Atlanta tonight.  Things are not looking good for a flock of Seahawks flying around a Bear den in Chicago.

We need laws to protect birds.  We do not need laws to protect stupid people.

January 15, 2011 Posted by | commentary, editorial, humor, postaday2011, satire | , , , , , , | 2 Comments

We Must Continue!

My opponents are doing whatever it takes to make sure I am not elected President in 2012.  The latest blow came when long-time supporter Tom DeLay was sentenced to three years in prison for breaking a law that doesn’t exist.  They can’t arrest all of us!  There are too many of us to arrest (especially on laws that do not exist!)

If you find yourself in this predicament, let me know.  The campaign and fellow supporters will make sure that people who try to arrest you on charges that do not exist are arrested for harassment (a crime that does exist.)

Below are a few non-existent laws they might try to pin one of my supporters with:

  • Felony Jaywalking – Jaywalking is an infraction, not a crime.  Even if done with other crimes, it is but an infraction and jail time cannot be served solely for jaywalking.
  • Tearing off a mattress tag – Opponents might tell authorities that you tore off a tag from a mattress and they will try to get the police to inspect your mattress without a subpoena. Know your rights.   Make sure the police have a subpoena and don’t let them in without one.
  • Farting – Flatulence is not a crime, but they might trump up charges saying that you are using a biological weapon.
  • Not Farting – If you do not fart, they might accuse you with storing a biological weapon.

We must be vigilant.  We must be persistent.  We must fight the good fight and stand together and not allow our opponents to intimidate us in any way!

 

January 14, 2011 Posted by | Ahmnodt, campaign, commentary, humor, postaday2011, satire | , , , , , | 5 Comments

The Politicians Got One Right

It’s not often that politicians push politics aside and act correctly.  You have to go all the way back to September 12, 2001 to find the last time politicians from both parties acted like they should.  The difference this time is that the politicians have put politics on the back burner, the media and the American people have not.

The media is paying attention to Sarah Palin’s old “crosshairs” ad with targets over congressional districts in seats held by Democrats that McCain and Palin won in 2008.  What people should be concentrating on instead is that there are mentally ill people all around us.  Politics will not cure mental illness – caring compassionate people who know how to work with people with mental illnesses will.

This one time we should follow the politicians’ lead and do what they are doing.  Put the politics away, mourn for the dead and pray for those still alive.

January 12, 2011 Posted by | commentary, Democrats, editorial, politics, postaday2011, Republicans | , | 2 Comments

2011 and Federal Agencies

This week I will be taking a look at what will be happening to Washington in 2011. I will be looking at the House, the Senate, the White House, the Supreme Court, and Federal agencies. Today I will look at federal agencies.

The Republicans are now in  control of the House of the Representatives.  They say they want to make government smaller.  There are two problems with that.  The first problem is the last time Republicans made government smaller, they added $5 trillion to the debt.  The other problem is that Democrats still control the Senate and the White House, and they’re more concerned with keeping and strengthening government programs than they are with managing the debt (Currently at $14 trillion).

Democrats want to give federal agencies more power while Republicans want to give government less power.  This is the opposite from when Bush was President and Republicans wanted more power for the government and Democrats wanted government to have less power (and more money.)  The general rule is that the majority wants more power and the minority wants less.  This pattern will continue until the minority has more people than the majority.

The one agency that could buck this trend is the U.S. Postal Service.  Unlike other agencies, the Postal Service is funded by revenue they generate.  They haven’t been generating as much revenue in recent years as more people are realizing that you can send e-mail without paying $.44 per e-mail.  This is making the Postal Service want to cut mail delivery to 5 days per week and getting rid of Saturday delivery.

While the Postal Service cuts service and personnel, you can breath easy knowing that there will be more TSA agents at airports to grope you and more IRS agents to make sure you’re paying your taxes so the government can pay the TSA agents to grope you.

There will be more government to protect you in 2011 than ever before.  You’ll only to be able to read about it in the mail five days a week.

January 8, 2011 Posted by | commentary, editorial, humor, politics, postaday2011, satire, Washington | , , , , , | 4 Comments

2011 and the Senate

This week I will be taking a look at what will be happening to Washington in 2011.  I will be looking at the House, the Senate, the White House, the Supreme Court, and Federal agencies.  Today I will look at the Senate.

While the Democrats lost the House, they were barely able to hold on to the Senate.  In the rare instance that a bill is voted 50-50, America’s favorite walking blooper (Joe Biden) gets to break the tie,

The primary role of the Senate in 2011 and 2102 will be to kill every Republican bill passed by the house.  Many of the alternatives the Democrats will offer will be filibustered by Republican Senators.

My advice for the Senate is the same as it was for the House:  Instead of passing a Republican plan or a Democratic plan, pass my platform.  Not only do I have a plan that is different than either the Democrats or the Republicans, but I will let them take the credit for my ideas should they decide to pass my platform as it is.

I predict that instead of moving America forward with my platform, the Senate will play the “blame game” saying that the Republicans will not pass a bill that President Obama will vote for.

January 4, 2011 Posted by | commentary, Democrats, editorial, humor, issues, Joe Biden, legislation, postaday2011, Republicans, satire, Washington | | 2 Comments

2011 and the House of Representatives

This week I will be taking a look at what will be happening to Washington in 2011.  I will be looking at the House, the Senate, the White House, the Supreme Court, and Federal agencies.  Today I will look at the House.

Americans spoke in 2010 and Americans said they like tea parties in their House.  A tea party is better than a party with no beverages at all.  There is no truth in the rumor (at least as far as I know) that the tea in these tea parties are Long Island Iced Tea, but Long Island Iced Tea parties are cool.

Unlike the Senate and the White House, the House of Representatives will have a Republican majority.  It will be interesting to show many of the bills that the House passes will also pass the Senate (and vice versa.)  It will also be interesting to see how President Obama will pass a bill that is more Republican than Democratic in nature.

My advice for the House (and the Senate) would be to pass my platform.  It is neither Republican nor Democratic in nature.  It has things that both parties can relate with as well as things neither party has tried.  My platform can be a foundation of a bipartisan effort to get things and make America great again.

I predict that the House will try to pass a lot of Republicanized bills only to die in the Democraticized Senate.  They will not consult me or my platform for anything and that 2011 will be a lot like 2010.

January 3, 2011 Posted by | commentary, Democrats, editorial, humor, legislation, Platform, politics, postaday2011, Republicans, satire, Washington | | 3 Comments

   

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