Ahmnodt Heare for President

Ahmnodt Heare For America… Ahmnodt Heare For You.

A Sad Day for America

The Supreme Court voted today 5-4 to uphold “ObamaCare.”  To show that I am not a ranting Republican with a knee-jerk reaction to anything President Obama does, I will explain why the Republicans are also to blame for this ruling.

Do not forget that the heart and soul of “ObamaCare” came from a health care plan implemented in Massachusetts.  Their health care plan is the “brainchild” of their former governor, Mitt Romney.  Mitt Romney is a Republican.

The vote on the Supreme Court was 5-4 with the deciding vote being cast by Chief Justice John Roberts.  He was appointed to the Supreme Court by former President George W. Bush.  George W. Bush is a Republican.

The reason why it is a sad say for Americans is because this decision does NOTHING to encourage thriftiness in spending.  It doesn’t answer why it costs $20 for a Tylenol at a hospital or why everything associated with healthcare (doctors, medicine, medical equipment, hospitals, malpractice attorneys) is so expensive.  With “no insurance for me, thank you very much” no longer an option, insurance companies (the companies people say Democrats hate, but become the big winners under “Obamacare”) can raise rates because they now know that a person not carrying insurance is no longer an option.

This is why I am an independent.  The political party says one thing but always seems to set the groundwork for the exact opposite.  I don’t have to worry about leaders in my party undermining everything I believe in and they say they believe in.

My plan is the only plan that tries to tackle the costs of healthcare.  Affordable health care  means less money needed for insurance premiums and fewer taxes collected for Medicare and Medicaid.  Both “ObamaCare” and “RomneyCare” will end up costing Americans more money out of their pockets than we are currently paying.

June 28, 2012 Posted by | campaign, commentary, Democrats, editorial, health care, Obama, politics, Republicans, satire | , , , , , , , , , | 3 Comments

Question for Mitt Romney

If you love Michigan so much, why did you move to Massachusetts?  And why were you for the bailouts before you were against them?  (I know that’s two questions)

November 9, 2011 Posted by | debate, humor, Oakland | , , , | Comments Off on Question for Mitt Romney

A Cool Campaigning Tool

I have never realized how far I am behind technology when it comes to communicating with the deceased.  Going to a cemetery or morgue and talking to them used to be enough.  I am sadly mistaken.  Others have taken deceased involvement to a new level.  Former congressional candidate Jim Ogonowski was able to collect signatures to get him on the ballot for Senator in 2008.  The state of Massachusetts recently announced that there are over 100,000 registered dead people on its voting rolls.

All of these techniques are barbaric compared to what a company is able to now.  IntelCenter has produced tapes of Osama bin Laden talking about future attacks against the United States.  Previous tapes include bin Laden condemning a 2008 cartoon ridiculing Islam.  Osama bin Laden died in December 2001.

I hope I can get this technology and use it for my campaign.  It will let everybody know how hard I have been campaigning and it will be a tremendous boost. I will call IntelCenter later and ask how much their device costs.

January 25, 2010 Posted by | Ahmnodt, campaign, commentary, humor, satire | , , , , , , | Comments Off on A Cool Campaigning Tool

Back to Basics

If there was anything I learned about the Massachusetts election on Tuesday is keep things stupid.  I did some soul searching and I will unveil my 78-step plan to simplify my campaign.  If you are not doing anything tonight at 11:00PM Eastern, I will talk some of the things that have had a positive effect on my campaign on my radio show.

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Back to Basics
The one thing Ahmnodt Heare has learned from Tuesday’s election in Massachusetts is that I have to do more of the simpler parts of my campaign that worked.

January 22, 2010 Posted by | Ahmnodt, blogtalk radio, humor | , , , , | 2 Comments

Thank You, Massachusetts!

The people of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts have listened to my call not to write my name in as a candidate for Senate.  I am now able to continue to pursue my goal of becoming the 45th President and being inaugurated on January 21, 2013.  (January 20 is the normal day, but since it falls on a Sunday, the ceremony will be on the 21st, a Monday).  It will also be the day Martin Luther King’s birthday is observed.

I congratulate Scott Brown on winning the election.  He will be a great Senator if he follows my platform.

January 19, 2010 Posted by | Ahmnodt, campaign, commentary, editorial, election, humor, satire, write-in | , , , | 1 Comment

If You Insist

I have stated recently that I was not running for Senate, but people were going to vote for me regardless.  For the people in Massachusetts who insist on voting for me, please make a copy of this ballot and hand it in.  My name is spelled correctly (to the best of my knowledge) and has me listed as an Independent (also spelled correctly.)

By printing this ballot and using this one instead of the one issued, you’ll save valuable time and can continue on with the rest of your day.  If I lived in Massachusetts, I would vote for my fellow Independent Joe Kennedy.  Independents should unite and help get Joe Kennedy elected.

January 19, 2010 Posted by | Ahmnodt, campaign, commentary, editorial, endorsement, humor, politics, satire, write-in | , , , , | 1 Comment

Ahmnodt Running for Senate

It has come to my attention that some supporters in Massachusetts were going to write my name in for Senator.  I tried to tell them I was not interested, but they said they were going to write my name in anyway.

I appreciate the offer, but I do not really want the job.  This scares me because my not wanting the job might drive people to vote for me so I end up winning.  Let’s look at the three candidates running in Tuesday’s special election:

Republican – Scott Brown:  His claim to fame was posing for Cosmopolitan magazine wearing tightie whities.  He parlayed that success into a state senate job.  As a state senator, he wrote “RomneyCare.”  as a U.S. Senator, he vowed to vote against ObamaCare, even though they are the same thing.

Democrat – Martha Coakley:  Her bailout plan is the opposite of mine.  While I would bail out companies that have folded, she would bail out companies that do not exist yet.  She also claims by making wise investments in health care and education, that would create jobs.  The one problem is that she would be voting against President Obama’s plan because his plan hasn’t been wise.

Other – Joseph Kennedy:  He is either an independent or a libertarian depending on who you ask.  He is quick to distance himself from the Kennedy clan by announcing he isn’t related to them or the late Edward Kennedy.  This is the wisest decision made by any of the candidates.

I guess I am running also.  I don’t want to win because being a senator is boring and there isn’t enough caffeine in Washington to keep me awake in a debate between Harry Reed and Mitch McConnell.  But if you must vote for me, my first name is spelled “A-H-M-N-O-D-T” and my last name is “H-E-A-R-E”  as in “Can you hear me?”  Only my “Hear” has an “e” at the end.

May the second best candidate win.

January 13, 2010 Posted by | Ahmnodt, Bailout, commentary, editorial, election, health care, humor, politics, satire, write-in | , , , , , , , , , | 5 Comments

   

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