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What is the Media Thinking?

All week the media has been fixated on allegations against Herman Cain involving sexual harassment in the 1990’s.  This has gotten more coverage than when both John Edwards and Newt Gingrich cheated on their cancer-stricken wives.  It used to be that the media didn’t cover a sex story unless there was actual sex.  Usually a bastard child was presented as proof of an affair.  But as abortions became more commonplace, the child was replaced with hush money and funding for abortions.

There was no sex between Herman Cain and the at least four women who have claimed sexual harassment charges against him.  But the way the media has been covering it, you would think every pregnant woman is carrying Herman Cain’s baby (with the possible exception of his wife.)

If the media really wants to cover a candidate with a wild sexual past, they should cover my campaign.  My daughter Patricia is a beautiful girl, but she was the result of a one-night stand.  Then there was the phase with the dominatrix.  I think all of the pictures have been destroyed.  (At least I paid good money for those pictures to be destroyed, especially the ones with me in a school-girl outfit.)

The reason why I think Herman Cain is getting more press for his exploits than I did for mine is mathematics.  9-9-9 > 6-9 so 9-9-9 gets priority in the news because it is a larger number.  That’s the only reason I could think of/


November 3, 2011 Posted by | Ahmnodt, commentary, editorial, humor, media, politics, scandal | , , , , , , , , , | Comments Off on What is the Media Thinking?

Hair We Go

Following her Tuesday night primary win, Republican Senator candidate Carly Fiorina was being interviewed about her campaign.  She wasn’t aware that the microphone was on.  She made a snide remark about one of her opponents, Democratic Senator Barbara Boxer.

Below is the battle of the hair:

Barbara Boxer

Carly Fiorina

Advice for Carly Fiorina (And Barbara Boxer should she decide to retaliate): In the everyday world, hairstyle is a woman’s thing. However; in the world of politics, hair is a man’s thing. Below are some examples:

Rod Blagojevich

Rod Blagojevich

John Edwards

Jim Traficant

Jim Traficant

Ahmnodt Heare

Having an obsession does pay a toll for male politicians. All of the male politicians pictured above have had their legal problems. Male politicians also pay more to maintain their hair than women do. Former Senator John Edwards once paid $800 for a haircut.

Americans want to hear more about the issues and less about the hair.  Once politicians understand this, they will become more popular than root canal without Novocaine.

June 10, 2010 Posted by | campaign, commentary, editorial, humor, politics, satire | , , , , , , , | 4 Comments


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