Ahmnodt Heare for President

Ahmnodt Heare For America… Ahmnodt Heare For You.

I Win a Straw Poll

I am proud to announce that I have finally won a straw poll.  Depending on how one interprets the results, I either won handily (66.67% of the votes cast) or by one vote.  Final Results of the R.U. Heare* Household Poll:

HEARE: 2 votes

CAIN: 1 vote

For some reason, my father did not vote for me.  (He voted for me in 2008 while my mother voted for Barack Obama).  My parents never vote for the same candidate.  My father is a staunch Republican and my mother is a tree-hugging liberal.  But there is more to their relationship than politics.   They both enjoy art, watching game shows, and tormenting me.

I should mention that the reason why I am in Washington and not home working is because of holidays.  My latest client took a couple days off because he is Jewish and will be observing Yom Kippur tomorrow night.  Monday is Columbus Day, when we Americans celebrate the birthday of a guy who got lost four times.

I am hoping to gain some support for the “Occupy Pennsylvania Avenue” rally I want to start this weekend.  While “Occupy Wall Street” has good intentions, it won’t be able to accomplish much because Wall Streeters don’t write laws.  They only pay guys to write the laws for them.  “Occupy Pennsylvania” will go right to the sources – the people Wall Streeters are paying as well as the President and the Supreme Court.

Things need to change and they need to change as soon as possible.  America cannot afford to wait until you vote for me.  We can’t wait for the guy who people voted for to deliver that change either.  He has had almost three years and there hasn’t been much change.  We have to bring the change because as long as the powers that be are being well off for not changing, they’re not going to change.

*R.U. Heare is my father, Robert Ulysses Heare.

October 6, 2011 Posted by | Ahmnodt, change, commentary, editorial, humor, Obama, politics, voting | , , , , , , | 4 Comments

No Need to Worry

Many of my supporters were disappointed with the results of the Iowa Straw Poll on Saturday.  I didn’t care about the results.  It did not bother me that I failed to get even one vote in the straw poll.  Here is why I was not disappointed:   1) I am not a Republican. 2) A real fiscal conservative would not waste $30 to vote in an election that doesn’t count.

Neither Mitt Romney nor Rick Perry participated in the straw poll, yet they are both continuing to get a ton of media coverage.  I am banking that I will get media coverage as soon as they realize I did not participate in the straw poll either.

Approval ratings is another reason why I continue to feel confident.  President Obama’s approval rating is only at 39%.  Congress’s approval rating is at a pathetic 17%.  (Michele Bachmann and Ron Paul are both currently in Congress.  Former members of Congress include Newt Gingrich, Rick Santorum, and Barack Obama.)  My approval ratings are currently at 67%.  It would have been at 100%, but my father didn’t like the way I washed the dishes Saturday night.

Don’t let the perceived negativity get to you.  It’s all good.  Tim Pawlenty dropped out of the race, so there is one less obstacle between us and the White House.  It’s our time!

 

August 15, 2011 Posted by | Ahmnodt, campaign, commentary, humor, Obama, politics, Republicans, satire | , , , , | 2 Comments

Real-Time Blogging Tonight

I will be blogging my response to the questions in tonight’s Republican Primary debate in Iowa.  I will also answer questions you may have to my responses to the debate questions.

If you are a Republican from Iowa and you are planning to vote in the straw poll, feel free to write my name (AHMNODT HEARE) in the poll.

August 11, 2011 Posted by | Ahmnodt, debate, humor, Republicans, write-in | , , , | Comments Off on Real-Time Blogging Tonight

Three Years Later

For many people, Valentine’s Day means love, chocolate, and flowers.  For some it means heartache, loneliness, and massacre.  For me, it marks the birth of this blog and my decision to run for President of the United States.  What started out as a skiing trip to New Hampshire ended up being a life-changing experience.

Although I did not win the election in 2008 (I had somewhere between 7 and 25,000,000 votes depending on who you ask), the foundation has been set for the 2012 election.  The 2008 campaign technically wasn’t penniless because I had to spend $.60 for copies of a campaign poster at a library because my printer had broken.)

I have been campaigning in the United States, Canada, and Europe for the 2012 election.  The campaign has gained many supporters over the last three years.  Some of the reasons include:

  • Discussing the issues no other candidate will touch – While the other candidates were discussing health care, the economy, and other issues that don’t affect many people, I have been the only candidate bringing attention to the tainting of America’s greatest export – the American entertainment industry.
  • Trend setting – Although I was one of the last candidates to announce my candidacy for President in 2008, I was the first to campaign outside the United States and the first to suggest multiple sources of energy in one energy plan.
  • I’m just a nice guy – Many of the other candidates have been in politics for years.  I have never held office of any kind (except for a brief stint of being president of the local “Hello Kitty” Meetup group.)

There are less than 21 months until the election.  There is a lot of things I need to do to get visibility while maintaining my “Penniless Campaign”.  Since I won’t be spending any money on ads or marketing goodies like pens, yard signs, or blow-up dolls, visibility will not be easy.  Congressman Ron Paul wan the straw poll at CPAC this weekend, and even he is not getting credit deserved by Fox News.

The challenge I set for is simple:  Bring two friends (and one enemy) to this website and tell them to bring two friends (and one enemy.)  If everybody does this, then over 200,000,000 people will be here in 28 days.  If you want a different America, then elect a different candidate.  Ahmnodt Heare for America.  Ahmnodt Heare for You.

February 15, 2011 Posted by | Ahmnodt, campaign, commentary, editorial, election, issues, politics | , , , , , | 10 Comments

At a Loss for Words

I was hoping I would win my poll.  What I saw this morning is a shock to my brain and to my body.  Sarah Palin did poorly in the CPAC Straw Poll, but is kicking butt in my poll.  She already has had more people vote for her in my poll than in the highly publicized CPAC poll. As of 12:00 PM Eastern,  former governor Palin has 87% of the vote while I have only 10%.  Barack Obama and “Other” are tied at 1% wile Mitt Romney has only 2 votes.  “Other” is split evenly with votes for Ron Paul and somebody named, “Ahmnodt Shure.”

If you are an Ahmnodt Heare supporter, then vote now, early, and often.  If you wish to vote for another candidate, voting will start on March 1 at 8:00AM sharp.

The poll will close at 12:00PM Eastern on February, 28.

February 21, 2010 Posted by | Ahmnodt, campaign, commentary, humor, Poll, write-in | , , , , , , | Comments Off on At a Loss for Words

   

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