Ahmnodt Heare for President

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Catching Up in Politics

I’m back before I miss too much going on and have to spend an entire weekend blogging.  President Obama is in a heap of trouble.  I will make my endorsement for New York City mayor tonight.

Between “Benghazigate”, The IRS fiasco, an the AP wiretapping mess, you’re probably regretting not voting for me for President last November.  I forgive you.  Just remember this entry in 2016 before you vote for one of the poor choices the Republicans and Democrats will be nominating.  Below is how I would have prevented Obama’s scandals from becoming scandals in an Ahmnodt Heare administration:

Benghazigate: – I wouldn’t have allowed a consulate office to be opened in Benghazi.  This is because like so many other Americans, I never heard of Benghazi before the diplomats were killed.  I would have kept them in Tripoli as long as it was safe.  If it got too risky to stay, I would have gotten the navy to pick them up and ship them across the Mediterranean Sea to Italy.

The IRS: – The IRS has supposedly been targeting certain non-profit organizations that were against the Obama Administration.  To the best of my knowledge, TAMPON (Take All Money Political Out Now) was not targeted because they were considered to be more pro-Ahmnodt Heare and less anti-Barack Obama.  This probably includes businesses that did not make profits because of the Obama administration’s poor fiscal policies.  My policies would make businesses prosper and leave non-profits alone as they don’t make enough money to interest me.

AP Wiretapping: – I don’t know why anybody would wiretap the Associated Press.  The news has sucked for years now.  I don’t know of any stories that were negative against the White House until lately.  I wouldn’t wiretap anybody because I wouldn’t want to get caught.

I have spent some time thinking about who I should endorse for Mayor.  The problem is that I have two friends of my campaign running for mayor.  Jimmy McMillan is one candidate.  Though he hasn’t endorsed my campaign, I agree with him when he says the rent is too damned high.  Anthony Weiner and I don’t see eye-to-eye on all of the issues, but that did not stop him from endorsing me last year. 

The person I am endorsing for mayor doesn’t currently live in New York City, but he had worked in Gotham for years.  He has fought crime better than any of the other candidates.  While he doesn’t currently live in New York, he is currently a mayor of a small town in Rhode Island.  He has had to battle issues like stolen water and sewage dumping, so he is ready to serve the fine people of New York City.

 

Adam West for Mayor of New York City

Adam West for Mayor of New York City

 

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May 22, 2013 Posted by | Ahmnodt, campaign, commentary, economy, editorial, endorsement, foreign policy, humor, issues, Obama, politics, satire, scandal | , , , , , , , , , , , | Comments Off on Catching Up in Politics

Tainted Polling Data

I was at a friend’s house last week when a polling company called his house and asked him who he wanted for President.  He replied by saying that saying my name.  The poll results were published in today’s local newspaper.  The poll showed President Obama getting 51% of the vote, Romney getting 46% of the vote and 3% going to “Undecided.”  There is a problem:  My friend’s opinion didn’t count.  He decided on somebody besides Obama and Romney, but people who decided for anyone besides those two continue to be disenfranchised.

I received an e-mail from a supporter in Wyoming who was also asked to take part in a poll.  She was only given the options of Obama and Romney.  She said that she was stern in saying my name.  The pollster replied by stating that the only choices allowed were Obama and Romney.  The pollster added in a condescending tone that they are the only two who have a chance to win.  She called the pollster names that I can not say here because my mother reads this blog.

I ran an experiment with polling not too long ago.  I would have written about it earlier, but I didn’t.  I took two polls asking different questions and getting different results:

  • When asked “Who do you want for President” and given the choices of Obama, Romney, Heare, Gary Johnson, Roseanne Barr,   Jimmy McMillan, or Nobody – President Obama and I are in a statistical dead heat.  (Obama got 49% of the vote while I got 31%, well within the 35% margin of error. )
  • When simply asked who they wanted for President with none of the options mentioned, I fared better edging Obama and Romney 32% with 31% each for Obama and Romney and Nobody getting most of the rest.  Gary Johnson got about a dozen votes and Roseanne Barr received one vote.  (The poll got her phone totally by random.)
  • When asked “If you were the only voter voting on Election Day and your vote decided who would be President, would you consider voting for Ahmnodt Heare?”, 87% said yes.

Another problem with polls (even my polls) is that they take a national picture and not one that goes by states and electoral votes.  With all of the problems and distortions in polling, I will not be mention polling results in the foreseeable future.  I will also not be partaking in any polls from pollsters because I don’t want to contribute to their distortions any more.

August 16, 2012 Posted by | Ahmnodt, campaign, commentary, editorial, election, humor, Obama, politics, Romney, satire | , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

A Building Block

A recent poll showed that a plurality of Americans are neither Democratic nor Republican.  This is great news for independents like me.  The latest poll shows the following:

  • Independents – 40%
  • Democrats – 31%
  • Republican – 27%
  • Other parties (Libertarian, Green, Constitution, Rent is too Dammed High, etc.) – 2%

Let’s assume for a minute that everybody votes along party lines.  President Obama will get 31% of the vote.  Ron Paul will get 27%.  Two percent of the vote will be split among candidates like Gary Johnson, Cynthia McKinney, Chuck Baldwin, and Jimmy McMillan.

This leaves 40% of the vote for the independent candidate.  That is me.  Just to play it safe (because this is a national number and not split among the other states), I will do some campaigning to get votes from Democrats and Republicans.  This will hopefully be the plan to get me all 538 electoral votes, which would give me the presidency.

Yesterday’s debate was weird.  It just was.  I ended up spending almost as much time defending some of the Republicans as I did getting my message out.  Somebody was posting anti-Ron Paul statuses on my newsfeed.  There were a few problems I had about this.  The first was that these people had no intention of voting for me.  They wouldn’t say who they were voting for.  And the “facts” they were saying about Ron Paul were inaccurate or outright lies.  If a candidate has a bad record, point out the bad record.  Don’t lie just to get a few votes.

The other was a question I posted on Twitter.  I had asked why NBC had former Louisiana governor Buddy Roemer on all of its MSNBC talk shows showing sympathy for him for not being allowed to debate on FoxNews, ABC, or CNN only not letting him debate on the NBC debate either.

As the candidate with the most representation (among the polls listed above), I have to make sure I don’t lose any independents to the other parties.  Election Day is ten months from yesterday.  Independents take note that I am here to represent you and not some silly party with no dancing girls or beer kegs.  Thank you for your support.

January 9, 2012 Posted by | Ahmnodt, campaign, commentary, Democrats, economy, humor, Obama, politics, Poll, Republicans, satire, voting | , , , , , , | 2 Comments

How I View Other Candidates

I look at the candidates who are running for President and conclude that I must run for President.  People need a good choice.  This entry isn’t about me as much as how I see the other candidates and why I can’t vote for the other candidates.

Barack Obama (D) – Incumbent – When he was pushing “Hope and Change”, I was hoping for hope and change.  We didn’t get that, but we did get George W. Bush’s third term.

Mitt Romney (R) – The resident snake oil / used car salesman.  I’m waiting for him to say, “What will it take to get you to vote for me today?”

Newt Gingrich (R) – aka “The Newtered One” – The snake from which Romney gets his oil to sell.  Gingrich is like the weather in Cleveland:  If you don’t like his platform, wait five minutes.  And like the Cleveland weather, it probably won’t be better, but it will change.

Ron Paul – (R) – Actually a pretty good candidate for a Republican, but will be best known as the candidate whose exposure on TV was mostly about how he doesn’t get exposure on TV.

Michele Bachmann – (R) – A rather simple debate strategy: “Barack Obama has failed at _______.”  As a foster mother of over 20 children, I envision her as putting bad people in a “time-out corner” with that corner in the United States being in northeastern Maine in the winter.

Rick Santorum – (R) – A man of faith whose mission is to declare war on Syria and Iran in the name of the “Prince of Peace.”  I don’t think Jesus approves of all the wars.

Rick Perry – (R) – He is the weird uncle that always shows up at family functions.

Jon Huntsman – (R) – A reasonable man with a couple of good ideas and some hot daughters.  The type of candidate people say they want, but end up voting for people with bad ideas like Obama, Romney, and Gingrich.

Gary Johnson (R) – The 2012 version of Ron Paul in 2008.  A libertarian messenger who doesn’t get to debate often.

Buddy Roemer (R) – The family member who has been misowned by the rest of the family.

Wayne Allyn Root (L) – He is trying to Republicanize the Libertarian Party.  He is a morph of Mitt Romney the salesman and Michele Bachmann the debater.

R. Lee Wrights (L) – A libertarian candidate in the Libertarian Party.  He’d eat smarty-pants Gingrich for lunch in a debate based on the writings of Wrights I have read.  A good man, but his party tends to shoot itself in the foot when it comes to political strategy.

Cynthia McKinney (G?) – A former Democratic Congresswoman who is not afraid to take on the establishment.  Painted as a “whacko” because the establishment does not like people who challenge it.

Jimmy McMillan (RITDH) – Stalking on his political opponents quietly and waiting for his moment to pounce.  Reminded America that the rent is too damned high.

Ahmnodt Heare (I) – An average guy who is trying to take money out of politics by not accepting donations and not spending money on the campaign.

There is the tale of the tape.  Vote wisely for me.

December 11, 2011 Posted by | Ahmnodt, campaign, change, commentary, economy, humor, issues, Obama, politics, Republicans, satire, voting | , , , , , , , , , , , , | 5 Comments

Me vs Them – Spending

I have stated in the past that I am a fiscal conservative.  Rather than pointing to all my examples of my fiscal conservatism in action, I will just point out the positions of some of the other candidates.

Mitt Romney – He claims to be a fiscal conservative.  But his RomneyCare (the precursor to ObamaCare) has brought a fiscal apocalypse to Massachusetts.

Newt Gingrich – Claims to have balanced the budget while Speaker of the House.  I will give him credit for cutting the deficit spending as in the U.S. government, it is Congress and not the President who sets the budget.  If you go to the GAO website and check out the budgets during that period.  The budget was never balanced.  The deficit was lowered, but there was still a deficit every year.  Spending also increased every year.  The Newtered One is not a fiscal Conservative.

Ron Paul – Wants to cut spending by 25% and abolish the income tax.  He is a fiscal conservative.

Jimmy McMillan – has pointed out on several occasions that the rent is too damned high.  I do not know his plan to lower the damned rent.

Barack Obama – He spends like a fleet of drunken sailors in a brothel.  Enough said.

None of the candidates listed above is willing to run a penniless campaign.  Many of them will spend more on their campaigns than they will raise through contributions.  I’ll spend nothing and I’ll only raise money for beer runs.  I am the most fiscally candidate running for President.

This post is part of the “Me vs. Them” series.  Come back often to see the entire series.

May 26, 2011 Posted by | Ahmnodt, campaign, commentary, economy, editorial, humor, issues, Obama, politics, satire | , , , , , | 6 Comments

On the Trail of Something Different

I watch WPIX’s “PIX News at 10” every weeknight and most Saturdays and Sundays.  One of my favorite segments is when reporter Greg Mocker goes “On the trail of something different.”  Basically, Mr. Mocker goes investigates things like potholes, broken sidewalks, the MTA, and other local government inefficiencies.  Most of his stories are stories that the other news stations in the area won’t touch.  If they do touch it, it’s a love tap whilst wearing rubber gloves.  Mr. Mocker likes to grab it with his bare hands and get his hands dirty.

I like to think I am on a trail of something different in my campaign for the White House.  I’m getting my bare hands dirty tackling issues like the Cinemafia and the ever-threatening relationship with Canada.  Other than Jimmy McMillan, no other candidate has even skimmed the surface of these issues affecting Americans.  McMillan hasn’t mentioned the Cinemafia by name, but based on his issues with rent, I think we are on the same page.  (Though the books are different.)

I will be the first to admit that I do not know much about economics.  But I do know that the economy has fluttered at best under Obama’s watch and Donald Trump has businesses that have filed for bankruptcy.  Based on those assessments, they don’t know much about economics either.

If you want to be on the trail of the same old crap, then vote for either President Obama or whomever the Republicans spew at us.  I invite you to be on the trail of something different… of something better.

April 30, 2011 Posted by | Ahmnodt, Canada, commentary, editorial, humor, Obama, politics, satire | , , , , , | 10 Comments

Dropping Like Flies

I had thought that there would be a ton of Republicans licking their chops at the opportunity to run against Barack Obama.  There have been a few announcements thus far.  One candidate is a businessman I never heard of.  The other is Jimmy McMillan.  I had endorsed Mr. McMillan for Governor of New York in 2010.  I am disappointed he has chosen to run against me after I decided not to run for Governor of New York last year.  (Mainly because I am a Washington DC man living in New Jersey, though that did not stop some people from campaigning for me.)

But now there have been some announcements from prominent Republicans stating they will not be running for President.  First it was my governor, Chris Christie.  He says he has to fix New Jersey’s problems first.  If he can do that, I’ll probably vote for him in 2020 (after I serve my two terms).

Senator John Thune (Not of “Name That Thune” fame as I once thought) announced he won’t run for President.  He said that he could better serve America as a Senator.  I agree with him.

Congressman Ron Paul has yet to made a decison as to whether or not he will run.  He said he was going to wait until after his “money bomb” on President’s Day.  While the money bomb was able to raise over $700,000, it has yet to lead to a decision.  Should he decide to run, he will have a fan base almost as passionate and devoted as my supporters.

The other candidates in the “Will-They-or-Won’t-They” mode include Mitt Romney, Newt Gingrich, Sarah Palin, Donald Trump, and Donald Rumsfeld.  The longer these people wait, the easier it will be for me to win next November. My advice to these people (and anybody else wishing to run) is to wait until 2020 when my two terms are up and I will not be allowed to run.  It will help your campaign to say that you will continue the path set by President Ahmnodt Heare.

February 23, 2011 Posted by | campaign, commentary, editorial, election, humor, politics, Republicans, satire | , , , , , | 2 Comments

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