Ahmnodt Heare for President

Ahmnodt Heare For America… Ahmnodt Heare For You.

Ahmnodt Heare! Ahmnodt Heare!

The rumor I am hearing from supporters in Charlotte is that the reason why President Obama’s nomination speech was moved from Bank of America Stadium to the Time Warner Cable Arena is because over 1,000 of my supporters were able to get tickets and they were going to let their voices heard tonight.   They were also able to sneak “Ahmnodt Heare for President” signs into the stadium and had them in storage at the stadium until a Democratic Part operative spotted the signs during a security walk-through.  They caught a supporter impersonating a security worker try to put more signs into storage.  That supporter then spilled the beans about the operation.

Most of them had their tickets between the 20-and 40 yard lines on the far half of the field from the stage.  They were ready to chant “AHMNODT HEARE!” when the Democratic faithful would chant “FOUR MORE YEARS!”.  They even said they were trying to hack into the stadium television screens to have my picture posted while President Obama made his speech.

I had no prior knowledge of the actions of my supporters nor do I tolerate breaking of laws to get the message across.  Make no mistake about it, I am nonetheless deeply flattered.

There are two reasons why this wasn’t mentioned in the news:  The first reason is because the media doesn’t want to give my campaign any publicity.  If the news ever mentioned that there was a candidate besides Obama and Romney running for President, people would be typing in that candidate’s name in search engines.  People have heard of Roseanne Barr, but most people didn’t know she was running for President until they typed her name in a search engine.  She and Cindy Sheehan are running on the “Peace and Freedom” ticket.

For those of you who found this blog entry by typing in “Roseanne Barr”, “Cindy Sheehan”, or “Reince Priebus Drunk”. welcome to my website.  Be sure to check out my platform, videos, and the celebrities who have endorsed me.


September 6, 2012 Posted by | Ahmnodt, campaign, Democrats, election, endorsement, humor, media, Obama, Platform, politics, satire, scandal | , , , , , , , , , , , | Comments Off on Ahmnodt Heare! Ahmnodt Heare!

New Poll, What It Means, and What To Do

This poll shows how various Republican candidates would run against President Obama and me. For some reason, this poll decided to list me as "Undecided."

This poll was obviously biased. Fortunately, 16-18% of Americans were bold enough to tell the pool taker that they didn’t want either Obama nor did they want any Republican.  Strictly going by this poll, I will have to get an additional 34% of the vote.

Here is the plan between now and December 23 – Bathroom Blitz!

Don’t worry.  You won’t have to do anything creepy in the bathroom.  In fact, for the sake of the campaign, please don’t.  All you have to do is make a sign and hang it up in a stall.  (Preferably on the door at eye level of anyone squatting. )  You can make your sign or you can print a copy of the sign below:

 The secret is stealth.  You don’t want to carry a bunch of signs into the bathroom.  You should only worry about one stall per bathroom visit.  And only go to the bathroom if you would have a reason to be at the place with the bathroom to begin with.

Feel free to take a picture of your sign and send it to ahmnodtheare@politician.com.  I plan to post the pictures after Christmas.

December 6, 2011 Posted by | campaign, election, humor, politics, Poll, satire | , | 1 Comment

Whatever You Do, Don’t Do It!

If you are going to the All-Star Game in Los Angeles of Anaheim this Tuesday night, I will need you to promise you will not bring any signs that promote my campaign into the stadium.  People didn’t listen to me when I said to bring signs to various sporting events and funerals and this this needs to continue on Tuesday.

Please make sure sign is visible to the television!

Don't be like this guy. Keep your sign at home!

I will be rooting for the National League and especially Matt Capps, the Washington Nationals’ closer.  Hopefully Game One of the World Series will be held at a National League ballpark (like Nationals Park.)

July 11, 2010 Posted by | Ahmnodt, campaign, commentary, humor | , , , , , , | Comments Off on Whatever You Do, Don’t Do It!

Congrats Blackhawks Fans!

I would like to thank the Chicago Blackhawks organization and their fans for reaching the Stanley Cup Finals.  The ‘Hawks will play the winner of the series of the Montreal Canadiens and the Philadelphia Flyers.  Games One and Two will be in Chicago.

If you are one of the fortunate people who are going to the Cup Finals (Either in Chicago or in Philadelphia or Montreal for Games Three or Four), then I really, really, really need you to help me.  Relax, I am not asking for a ticket.  I have a tiny favor that I am sure you can do.  All I am asking is that you have a visible campaign sign that will be seen on TV.  A sign like the one below will suffice.

The sign is simple, but gets the point across.  By showing the same spirit for the Ahmnodt Heare campaign that you have for your hockey team, you will give people the hope they need that they will not be spending their lives burdened with Democrats and Republicans ruling the roost.  You don’t want Barack Romney or Mitt Obama in the White house come January 20, 2013.  You don’t want the same problems the Democrats and Republicans have been giving us as long as you can remember.  You want different problems and you want those problems solved before I leave office.

It will be a while before the Finals start.  This should be plenty of time to make a bunch of signs and share some of the signs with others attending the game.

May 24, 2010 Posted by | Ahmnodt, campaign, commentary, humor, satire | , , , , , , | 4 Comments

Hey Mets and Yankees Fans!

This message is for those going to the Subway Series tonight or tomorrow night at CitiField.  It does not matter if you are a Mets fan or a Yankees fan, what matters is that you bring signs supporting the campaign.

The signs should be large enough to be seen on television, but not so large that they obstruct the views of others at the game.  Proper spelling is also important, as my candidacy is a write-in campaign.  Below is an example of what I am looking for as demonstrated by a Philadelphia Eagles fan in 2008:

I wish I could be at tonight’s game, but I promised my friends in the band G.W. Toye that I would see them perform tonight at the Vernon Inn in Vernon, NJ.  Hope to see you there if you’re not going to have a sign at the game!

May 22, 2010 Posted by | Ahmnodt, campaign, humor | , , , , , | Comments Off on Hey Mets and Yankees Fans!

Somebody’s Listening

I have occasionally asked people to bring signs of support at sporting events.  I had asked for signs at the Final Four, the World Series, the Super Bowl, and most recently at the Olympics.  For various reasons, this had never materialized.  I am pleased to report that there was a sign sighting tonight at the Ottawa Senators – Carolina Hurricanes game in Raleigh, North Carolina.  This means that over 5000 people saw the sign at the RBC Center in Raleigh.  Hundreds more watched the game in North Carolina.  Millions watched the game in Ottawa.

Tonight I can overlook the fact that one of the teams was Canadian.  I can even overlook that the RBC in RBC Center stands for Royal Bank of Canada (even though the arena is in North Carolina.)  The picture below makes it easy to overlook things.

5000 people saw the sign live as well as hundreds on TV in North Carolina.

This is a huge step in the right direction after the week I had in New Hampshire and Quebec.

March 4, 2010 Posted by | campaign, Canada, commentary, humor, satire | , , , , | 5 Comments

I Should Have Thought of This Earlier

If you are fortunate enough to attend the Winter Olympics in Vancouver and your seat at a venue is in a highly visible spot, then feel free to display an “Ahmnodt Heare” sign at your event.

Signs should be 15" by 9"(38 x 23 cm).

February 19, 2010 Posted by | Ahmnodt, campaign, Canada, humor, politics, satire | , , , , | 2 Comments


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