Ahmnodt Heare for President

Ahmnodt Heare For America… Ahmnodt Heare For You.

Where Was I?

I get much of my inspiration to blog from the shenanigans  in our nation’s capitol.  When everybody in Washington is on vacation, then there is not much to write about.  Congresspeople call their time off “State Work Period” but most of them won’t have to work hard as the cards are set in their favor to be re-elected.

People like to harp on President Obama for heading to Cape Cod for ten days.  But if Congress is on vacation, there isn’t much for a president to do.  There’s nothing to sign into law or to veto because nobody is around to write laws worth signing into law or vetoing.  He can make an executive order from anywhere.  It’s one of the cool things about being president.

The one thing a politician has done in the last month that I have been able to comment on was when New York gubernatorial candidate Carl Paladino stole a portion of my platform.

I was able to do some campaigning this past weekend and will be making a campaign stop in Sterling Forest, NY near the New York Renaissance Faire.  I will not be campaigning inside the Faire grounds because the sight of men wearing tights makes me queasy.

I am back and will be around for a long time.

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September 6, 2010 Posted by | Ahmnodt, campaign, commentary, editorial, humor, satire | , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

Telethon to Save the Hamptons

I am pleased to announce that I have not forgotten the Hamptons and the financial difficulties of the fine people there.  Thanks to your generous support, we have been able to raise $3.65 from can and bottle deposits.

When I last mentioned the Hamptons, I had talked about three families and the difficulties they were enduring.  Clarissa Hartinger is now almost eight years old.  She was able to resume her violin lessons just long enough to give a holiday recital in December 2008.  She has not had a lesson since and is being deprived of her musical talents.  The Bentley’s didn’t even go to Paris in 2009.  They had to settle for a week (and only one week) at Cape Cod.

Nobody has been hit harder than the Carlington’s.  The good news is they did get their seventh bathroom installed.  The bad news is they had to sell their beachfront eight-bedroom / seven-bathroom home and move to a five-bedroom / four-bath house in Scarsdale.  They are no longer near a beach.  Little Biff has had to undergo counseling.

These people need our help more than ever to return to their lifestyles.  They can’t cope with their current third-world status.  This is why I will be hosting a special telethon next Friday at 9:00PM Eastern.  I will give out more details about the telethon as the week progresses.

February 1, 2010 Posted by | Bailout, commentary, economy, editorial, humor, satire | , , , , , | 1 Comment

   

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