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Debate Prep – Part I

The first debate is Wednesday night.  While I have yet to receive an invitation, I am sure it is because the invitation got lost in the mail.  I can’t see them omitting me considering the overwhelming success of my campaign thus far.

The hard part was getting people to act as President Obama and Mitt Romney would.  It was even harder to find someone to play the part of Jim Lehrer because none of my friends know who he is.   The part of Barack Obama is being played by my neighbor Cory.  While he is a short white guy, he was born in Kenya (his parents were missionaries.)  Finding someone to play Romney was a little harder.  We’re going with a Ken doll that Cory stole from his daughter.  The role of Jim Lehrer will be played by Nick, the know-it-all at the local bar.

We have been practicing at the bar every night for the last week.   Last night was our first run-through in front of people to see how well I would do against Obama and Romney.  I won most of the debate except for the part that President Obama won.  Mitt Romney was speechless throughout the whole debate.  The consenus was that we should get someone more animated than a Ken doll to play the part of Mitt Romney – even if the actor is more animated than Romney is.

September 29, 2012 Posted by | Ahmnodt, commentary, debate, humor, issues, Obama, politics, Romney, satire | , , , , , | Comments Off on Debate Prep – Part I

My Message is Getting Through

Making entertainment affordable has been the cornerstone of my campaign since I first announced I was running for President last February.  I have matured as a candidate to the point that I have addressed virtually every issue.  (I have yet to take a position on capital punishment.)

I was watching MSNBC when the people (I wish I remembered their names) were talking about the high price of going to a movie.  One of the panelists was talking about the high price of actors for movies.  Another talked about the high price of promoting a movie.  It’s a lot like watching this movie I made in 2007 about movie prices.

The panelists agreed that the way to cut the cost of going to a movie is to get affordable actors and to spend less on advertising the movie.

July 27, 2009 Posted by | Ahmnodt, campaign, cinemafia, commentary, entertainment, humor, Platform, satire | , , , , | 2 Comments


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