Ahmnodt Heare for President

Ahmnodt Heare For America… Ahmnodt Heare For You.

One Billion Reasons to Vote for Ahmnodt Heare

This is going to shape up to be the most expensive presidential race in history.  Half a billion dollars have already been wasted on the race with another half-billion to be squandered in the months ahead.  Neither Barack Obama nor Mitt Romney will be able to clean up Obama’s mess just like Obama hasn’t able to clean up George W. Bush’s meess and Bush wasn’t able to clean up Clinton’s mess (not even with using a blue dress as a rag.)

Let not the media fool you.  People who spend that type of money on an election campaign are not doing it because they want to serve you.  They are spending that money as an investment in themselves and their buddies.  If they really wanted to serve you, all they would have to do is serve you.

In the upcoming months, you will see a lot of political commercials.  Most of the commercials will state how bad one candidate is.  Few will explain why you should vote for somebody and not against another person.

Keep these things in mind as you see all of these political ads between now and November.  1) Obama’s and Romney’s campaigns and their supporting PACs are spending one billion dollars to beat over the head with commercial after commercial after commercial.  2)I can’t be blamed for the deluge of commercials because I am not airing any.  When you get sick of the commercials, remember the candidate who respects you enough not to air any ads.  Remember Ahmnodt Heare.

I am Ahmnodt Heare and I approve this message.


August 17, 2012 Posted by | Ahmnodt, campaign, commentary, editorial, election, humor, media, Obama, politics, Romney, satire | , , , , , , | 3 Comments

AhmnodtCare vs. ObamaCare

ObamaCare includes provisions like mandated health insurance and panels.  AhmnodtCare involves prevention, including planting many apple trees.  AhmnodtCare would also find why health care is so expensive and find ways to quit making hospitals having so many bills.  I would start by quit having hospitals advertise.  If I am having a heart attack, I want to go to the nearest hospital, not to the hospital with the most commercials (unless it’s the closest hospital.)

September 22, 2011 Posted by | campaign, commentary, debate, health care, humor, Obama, Orlando | , , , | Comments Off on AhmnodtCare vs. ObamaCare

Liberty Mutual

It’s not part of the debates, but I like their commercials.  What comes around goes around, whether if it’s good or bad.  Let’s make it good.

September 7, 2011 Posted by | commentary, Reagan Library Debate | , | Comments Off on Liberty Mutual

Warnings Come to Fruition

For the last three years (It will officially be three years next Monday), I have been warning about the Cinemafia and the damage they are doing to the American entertainment industry.  Everything I have discussed is happening.  All one has to do is to look at the Super Bowl on Sunday.

The first lesson that entertainers should have learned from the Super Bowl is that if you are going to sing a song, know the words.  This is especially true when singing the host country’s National Anthem.  “Artistic Interpretation” is a code phrase for, “Not Talented Enough to Do It Right.”    To Christina Aguilera’s credit, she did not blame her sing the wrong words to “The Star Bangled Banner” on artistic interpretation.  Some of her die-hard fans did though.  There is a difference between the two.

Christina Aguilera might have flubbed a few words, but she didn’t sound too bad.  The same couldn’t have been said for “Black-Eyed Peas.”  There was something wrong with the sound.  I like the Black-Eyed Peas, but this was the worst I have ever seen them.  Their sound was off and they had something that looked like dancing sugar cubes (that didn’t work).  Although peanut butter and chocolate go together, Black-Eyed Peas and Slash do not.  Some songs should never be covered because the song is so closely associated with the original artist.  “Sweet Child O’ Mine” is one of those songs.  If Fergie wanted to sing a “Guns and Roses” song, she should have sung, “It’s so Easy.”  Slash with Black-Eyed Peas was more like peanut butter and garlic.  It just didn’t work.

I am blaming all of this on Canadian spies.  The performers might have not been Canadian, but I bet whoever coordinated the entertainment and the sound was.  I bet Prime Minister Stephen Harper personally sent people down to Texas to sabotage the National Anthem and the halftime show.

Another point I want to make is that many of the commercials during the Super Bowl were for movies.  This is a Cinemafia staple.  The best halftime shows have had no influence by the Cinemafia.  The Cinemafia has tainted what was otherwise a good game between the Packers and the Steelers.

We must be vigilant in maintaining quality entertainment.  President Obama has shown no interest in maintaining integrity in the quality of American entertainment.  I will maintain integrity once elected.

February 8, 2011 Posted by | Ahmnodt, campaign, cinemafia, commentary, editorial, entertainment, humor, satire | , , , , , , , | 4 Comments

My Beef Against Volkswagen

I wasn’t going to write about the incident I had in Des Moines last night, but the same thing occurred this morning as I was waiting for waiting for a cab in front of the airport.

As the cab was coming, a woman punched me in the arm and said, “Red one!”  It didn’t take me long to see the Volkswagen Jetta drive past the hotel.

Last night was worse than that incident.  I was walking along Ingersoll Avenue and was heading towards the Alpine Tap Room.  A couple of men were walking in the opposite direction.  As I walked between them, I suddenly got punched in both arms by both men.

“Blue one!”

They hit me again before I could say anything.

“White one!”

I was going to say something, but they were both larger and in better shape than I am.  The Alpine Tap Room was in my sight so I scurried towards it before anybody could see it.  I was just about to enter the bar when I got punched in the chest.

“Black one.”

This is my message to Volkswagen:  Quit running those commercials!  First off, it’s not “Punch Dub,” it’s “Punch Bug.”  One is supposed to be allowed to punch when a Volkswagen Beetle is in sight.   Second, the ad promotes violence.  It gives the impression that it is OK to punch a stranger just because a specific car is around.  Not only do the commercials promote violence, but it encourages unprovoked attacks of innocent bystanders.

Volkswagen can take this opportunity to promote peace in the world.  Replace “Punch Dub” with “Hug Dub.”  While some people might not like being hugged by total strangers, it is less painful and promotes peace.

April 16, 2010 Posted by | Ahmnodt, commentary, editorial, humor, satire | , , , , , , | 12 Comments

Today’s Blog Entry Canceled Due to Snow

Due to inclement weather in Northwestern New Jersey, I will not be blogging today.  There were a few things I wanted to write about:

  • Picketing theaters that planned on showing “The Wolfman” this Friday and letting moviegoers know that the commercial they saw on Super Bowl Sunday is a large reason why movies are so expensive.
  • Comment on the Senate hearing scheduled on Global Warming.  It turns out that the Global Warming hearing has been postponed due to snow.
  • Early results from my poll and what it means for my campaign.
  • Give hints on how to make your Facebook home page refresh correctly: (Go to the bottom of the page and click “Edit Options” and inserting 9999 in the number field.)

But since I am currently experiencing blizzard conditions, I will not be able to write about anything I wanted to mention today.

February 10, 2010 Posted by | Ahmnodt, commentary, editorial, humor, Poll, satire | , , , , , , , , | Comments Off on Today’s Blog Entry Canceled Due to Snow

Should I Boycott the Super Bowl?

The Super Bowl is a time-honored tradition of pageantry and exciting football action.  It is also the traditional debut for many commercials.  Some of them over the years have been humorous (like the  Budweiser Frogs) while others have been informative.

Unfortunately, some of these commercials will be dedicated to exalting the Cinemafia and the movies they will be spewing in the months to come.  Let’s not forget how many millions of dollars are being spent on a thirty-second commercial.  These millions of dollars spent will be recouped in the high price of seeing a movie and the high price the cinemafia charges for Sno-Caps and Sprite.

The question I pose to you fine people is this:  Should I take a stand and boycott the Super Bowl or should I watch the game and note the movies and organize the boycott of those movies?  Please take the poll and leave a reply in the comments section.

February 6, 2010 Posted by | Ahmnodt, campaign, Poll | , , , , , | 1 Comment


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