Ahmnodt Heare for President

Ahmnodt Heare For America… Ahmnodt Heare For You.

Super Tuesday Ads

There will be radio and television ads leading up to Super Tuesday next week.  Some of them have already begun to air.  The ads are not from my campaign but from the SuperPac supporting me for President.  I am not sure if they are currently airing in any of the Super Tuesday states, but I received an email from a supporter who said she heard an ad where she works as a missionary in Lome, Togo.

The SuperPac is called TAMPON (Take All Money Political Out Now).  TAMPON believes that no campaigns should be allowed to spend money and that they should all be “word-of-mouth” campaigns.  They have already produced one ad.

The ad they produced might get me in trouble.  FEC rules prohibit any connection between candidates and any SuperPAC that supports them.  While there has been no communication between anybody in my campaign and TAMPON, the ad suggests otherwise.  The beginning and the end of the ad were spliced from my previous ads without my permission.  They also hired someone who sounds a lot like my campaign manager to narrate the ad.

Don’t be surprised if you see or hear a TAMPON ad this week.  I don’t live in a Super Tuesday state so I won’t know the content of the ads.

February 29, 2012 Posted by | Ahmnodt, campaign, humor, politics, satire, scandal | , , , , | 2 Comments

Leading by Example

If there’s one thing Americans hate more than anything, it’s a hypocrite.  We are tired of people preaching to be faithful only to get caught cheating on their spouses.  We frown on people who tell us to conserve electricity only to have them run electric bills over $1,000 per month.  We also don’t want people telling us that the only way to have peace is through a never-ending war.

I don’t suggest people do anything unless I do it myself.  It might be an ego thing, but I think my advice is so good, I lead by example.  Below are just a few examples:

  • Living a Green lifestyle – I think I champion a green lifestyle.  My house is green, my car is green, some of my clothes are green, and the carpeting in my house is green.  I even have green food coloring so my food can be green.
  • Women’s Rights – I have never told a woman how to clean my house or what cleaning materials she should use.  I like strong independent women who don’t need me to tell them which brand of cleaner to use in scrubbing my toilet.
  • Drugs – I do not tell others not to use any drugs that I have tried.  You will never hear me preach against the use of marijuana, cocaine, glue, or Tylenol.  While I haven’t used marijuana, cocaine. or Tylenol since I was 20, I just don’t sound credible telling others not to do it if I have tried it myself.
  • Fiscal conservatism – Here is where I separate myself from those who claim to be fiscally conservative.  I am not spending any money for my campaign.  This means that I am not raising money for my campaign.  I am so frugal spending that I didn’t bother to file with the Federal Election Commission (FEC) because I didn’t want to pay a filing fee.  That is why my campaign is a write-in campaign.  Why would people raise and spend $70,000,000 for a $400,000 per year job?

Americans have lost faith in their leaders because few of them lead by example.  I always lead by example and practice what I preach.  This is why I am asking for your vote on November 6, 2012.

June 27, 2010 Posted by | Ahmnodt, campaign, commentary, editorial, election, humor, issues, satire, write-in | , , , , , , , , , | 4 Comments

Taking the Money Out of Politics

In case you haven’t noticed, there is no “donations” link or a “PayPal” button on my site.  This is because I have no intention of raising money for the campaign.  Some critics will claim that I have a store where people can buy yard signs and t-shirts.  I do, but that money is not going towards the campaign.  That is beer money.  I am sober because nobody has bought any stuff.

The reason why I am not raising money for the campaign is simple:  I am trying to take the money out of politics.  I haven’t filed with the FEC nor will I. First of all, the FEC has a filing fee.  And the FEC is set up to favor Democrats and Republicans.  Paying a filing fee to the FEC would be like paying somebody to rob my house.  And because I am not filed with the FEC, this is exclusively a write-in campaign.

I don’t normally endorse Republicans or Democrats, but I am going to make an exception.  I endorse Murray Hill, Inc. in Maryland’s 8th Congressional district’s Republican primary.  While they are spending money on their campaign, their primary mission in running is to limit how much money corporations like Murray Hill, Inc. can spend on campaigns.  They are trying to make it harder to make corporations to buy our elected officials.

If you want your politicians to be bought to the highest bidder, then feel free to vote for Republicans (except Murray Hill Inc.) and Democrats.  If  you want money out of politics, then vote for a candidate who is running a penniless campaign.  Vote for Ahmnodt Heare.  Ahmnodt Heare for America.  Ahmnodt Heare for YOU.

March 25, 2010 Posted by | Ahmnodt, campaign, commentary, editorial, election, endorsement, politics, Republicans, satire | , , , , , | 2 Comments

   

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