Ahmnodt Heare for President

Ahmnodt Heare For America… Ahmnodt Heare For You.

What’s on Your Mind?

There has to be more going on in the news than the BP oil fiasco and the ousting of General McCrystal.  I would like to know which issues you will expect me to handle once I become President.

I will be busy tomorrow.  There is a chance I will not be able to blog or answer your questions immediately.  If that is the case, there is a chance I will answer the question for you on Saturday or on October 13.

It will be a good weekend to fight global warming.  It’s been hot the last few days.  My air conditioner broke down yesterday and the repair guy will not be here until tomorrow.  It was in the low 90s with a heat index close to 100.  My perspiration is not something I like to talk about, buy my skin is so oily, BP wants to drill me.

If you prefer to ask me the question in private, e-mail me @ ahmnodtheare@politician.com.  I will answer them soon after receiving them.


June 24, 2010 Posted by | Ahmnodt, campaign, humor | , , , | 2 Comments

Things I Have Noticed

There are some things going on in Washington that I have been keeping my eye on.  None of it is making any sense to me.  If it’s making sense to you, please let me know.

Gen. Stanley McChrystal, the Pentagon, and the White House are not on the same page as it applies to Afghanistan.  Not only are they not on the same page with each other, they are not on the same page with me.  I would have spent less time in Afghanistan and Iraq and more time in Canada.  If I won the election in 2008, not only would I have withdrawn from Iraq and Afghanistan, but I would be in the beginning stages of withdrawing from Canada by now.

I heard in the news that fewer doctors are accepting Medicare and Medicaid because of the decreased payments that Medicare and Medicaid are willing to pay doctors.  My “Apple-a-Day” program would have been fully implemented.

The BP oil disaster would have been handled differently.  As Commander-in-Chief, I have to protect America from all enemies, oil and domestic.  I would have encouraged those who wanted to help clean up the oil to clean up the oil.  If I couldn’t get enough people to volunteer, I would have reinstated the draft until every last drop of oil is out of the Gulf of Mexico.

Reminder:  Don’t forget to listen to my radio show tonight at 10:00PM Eastern.

June 22, 2010 Posted by | Afghanistan, blogtalk radio, Canada, commentary, foreign policy, humor, Iraq, issues, Obama, satire | , , , | 1 Comment

Thank You For Caring

It’s been a while since I have had two entries in one day.  But I have a lot to be thankful for and there are some people I would like to thank:

  • BP Chairman Carl-Henric Svanberg – For caring about me.  I am only 5’8″.  It makes me feel at ease that Mr. Svanberg cares about me and other “small people.”
  • BP CEO Tony Hayward – For not saying anything today.
  • Stumblers – For the 93 people who have stumbled upon my earlier entry today with StumbleUpon.
  • Vanna White – Just because.

The entire Ahmnodt Heare for President campaign would like to thank you for reading my blog and invite you to come back.

June 16, 2010 Posted by | Ahmnodt, campaign, commentary | , , , , , , | 2 Comments

Oval Office Address Finished

President Obama has finished his address to the nation from 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.  To read my comments to the address, click this link:


June 15, 2010 Posted by | Ahmnodt, commentary, Obama | , | 2 Comments

Live Blog Commentary Tonight

I will be live blogging my comments to President Obama’s Oval Office address tonight at 8:00PM Eastern (7 Central/6 Mountain. 5 Pacific / 4 Alaskan, 2 Hawaiian).  President Obama will be talking about steps already taken and steps yet to be done.  I will reply with what hasn’t been done and what should be done already.

Be sure to refresh your browser often during the address as the blog will be updated often during and soon after the address.

June 15, 2010 Posted by | Ahmnodt, commentary, environment, humor, Obama | , , , , | 1 Comment

Milestone Sneaks By

I was looking at the homepage of this blog this morning when I made a startling discovery:  I have surpassed 70,000 readers.  I normally am able to countdown days in advance. but the last time I noticed, I was only at 69,827 and figured I had plenty of time before I reached 70,000.  The truth is I reached 70,000 on Monday and it had slipped my attention until now.

Let’s look at my week in review:

  • Sports – The NHL Playoffs concluded with the Chicago Blackhawks winning the Cup in six games.  The Celtics and Lakers are in an intense NBA final.  Stephen Strasburg made his major-league debut for My Washington Nationals.  The World Cup tournament started The USA tied England (which is not to be confused with Great Britain.)
  • BP Oil Spill Disaster – The oil will take weeks months years to clean up.  I’m not going to comment any more because this ticks me off.
  • “Super” Tuesday Primaries – Other than my not being allowed to vote, the big stories were the Tea Party and Barbara Boxer’s hair.
  • Preparing for my radio show – My on-again, off-again radio show will be on again starting a week from Tuesday.
  • Joran Van der Sloot – A note to the media:  Fewer Van der Sloot stories and more Amanda Knox stories.  At least Amanda Knox is cute.

On to 80,000!

June 13, 2010 Posted by | Ahmnodt, blogtalk radio, commentary, humor, satire | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Comments Off on Milestone Sneaks By


In a perfect world, I wouldn’t be writing about the BP oil spill any more.  There wouldn’t have been an explosion on April 20 because the rig workers would have been doing something more constructive.

Since there was an explosion (and hence the perpetual oil disaster), BP would have promptly started containing and cleaning up the oil before the oil reached the Gulf coast.  The federal government would have stepped in as soon as it appeared that BP wasn’t able to contain the oil.  Both BP and the government would have listened to suggestions that others had.

An accident has turned into a disaster.  BP and the federal government’s poor response has lead to “Oil-in-Water-Gate”  Globs of oil have polluted the shorelines.  Plumes under the gulf seem to be getting larger.  Not only do Americans know what  the word “plume” is, we’re using the word in everyday conversation.  This needs to stop.

BP’s cleanup seems to be limited to the oil they are siphoning near the leak and only because they are able to refine that oil and sell it.  Most of the people cleaning up the spills are local people who just happen to like clean coastlines where they live.  There is a minimal presence from BP and the government when it comes to cleanup.

I will be back in Rhode Island in two weeks and lay down the rest of the boom.  I would do it sooner, but it will take that long to get 40 miles (minus 300 feet), a ship large enough to carry the boom, and enough volunteers.  My biggest concern is that the oil might be in Rhode Island’s coast by then because not enough is being done now.

Here is a video on how the oil spill started:

June 9, 2010 Posted by | commentary, editorial, environment, humor, satire, scandal | , , , , , , , , | 3 Comments

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