Ahmnodt Heare for President

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While I Was Away

If you happened to be in southern Delaware or in Salisbury, MD over the weekend and wondered if that was me campaigning, the answer was yes it was.  There was a lot going on in the last month that kept me occupied.

The “Move and Un-Move”:  I had to make two trips to my new place in Delaware because the only truck I could rent that weekend was a small box truck.  I arrived at the house I was supposed to move to only to find that the house was still occupied.  The people who still live there are waiting for the people who are in the house they had bought to be evicted.

“Jury Duty” – I was stuck on jury duty for two weeks.  I was an alternate juror in an embezzlement trial and had to sit through the entire trial though I didn’t get to vote on the guilt of the defendant.  (He was found guilty.  If I was guilty, I would have been a lost guilty.)

“Witness” – The week after that trial, I returned to the court as a witness for a defendant in a civil trial.  My testimony wasn’t enough as he lost his shirt (and his house, his car, his boat, and his next of kin.)

I have spent the last couple weeks working for my neighbor’s landscaping business.  I haven’t done any landscaping since I first ran for President in 2008.  I will continue to work in landscaping until I am finally able to move.

My supporters should be relieved to know that the IRS hasn’t been targeting my supporters (yet) except for those who have joined a tea party or patriot group.  Despite recent calls from people, President Obama will not be impeached for Benghazi-Gate.  It would lead to an open season to impeach any president whose policies differ than those wishing to impeach.  Nothing will get done in Washington (aside from the Congressional pay raise and the occasional tax increase).

I am still sitting in New Jersey waiting for the word to move.  My boxes are packed and are waiting to be loaded in a truck and get hauled to Delaware.  It can’t happen soon enough.

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May 15, 2013 Posted by | Ahmnodt, campaign, commentary, Obama, politics, satire | , , , , , , , , , , | Comments Off on While I Was Away

President is Finished

The speech is finally over.  There will be a break before Paul Ryan gives the Republican Response and Michele Bachmann gives the Tea Party Response.  I will give the Independent Response on Thursday night (In more detail than I gave tonight.)

January 25, 2011 Posted by | Obama, State of the Union 2011 | , , , | 1 Comment

My Fellow Americans

My Fellow Americans,

I have been blogging since I decided to run for President almost three years ago.  During this times I have discovered several trends in politics:

  • It’s “OK” to denounce a conservative who uses derogatory words towards liberals as “tea-baggers.”
  • It is OK to call somebody who doesn’t support the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan as “anti-American” despite the fact that Congress hasn’t declared war on Afghanistan or Iraq (or Al-Qaeda or the Taliban) as required by the Constitution.  Congress has also authorized the President to use force, which is not mentioned in the Constitution.
  • The more the media talks about Sarah Palin, the more likely she will become President.  Bad publicity is better than no publicity.
  • Republicans tend to vote for Republicans and Democrats tend to vote for Democrats, but Independents rarely vote for independents despite that there are more registered Independent voters than with either the Democrats or the Republicans.
  • This line has been censored by the Department of Defense due to national security reasons.
  • While most political sites get the majority of their hits before Election Day or on Election Day, most people visit my website after Election Day.

If you are one of those people who are finding the website for the first time, do yourself a favor and add this website to your Favorites toolbar on your web browser.  Otherwise you will make the same mistake in 2012 and hit yourself in the head after realizing that you could have voted for me.  Head injuries increased dramatically among voters following the 2008 elections.

I thank you for spending time reading my blog.  Feel free to read the almost 1,200 archived entries or check out the videos and testimonials.  You can listen to my podcast live every Tuesday at 9:00PM/ 6PM Pacific (02:00 in London) and call in with questions or comments.  Tonight, I will be interviewing Independent Candidate for President of Mexico Noes Toiaqui as well as take calls from viewers and listeners.

November 9, 2010 Posted by | Ahmnodt, blogtalk radio, commentary, Democrats, editorial, humor, politics, Republicans, satire, War | , , , | 5 Comments

2010 NFL SEASON – WEEK 9

Last Week:  7-5 (.585)  Best Bets 3-0 (1.000)

Season:  52-61-3  (.459) Best Bets 16-8 (.667)

I keep getting the Best Bets correct, but not much else.  At least I have had a winning percentage on all games next week and can get back above .500 with a really great week.  The Redskins are off this week, so I will sleep well Sunday night.  I have a better chance this week than a Tea Party candidate would in San Francisco.

Date & Time Favorite Spread Underdog
11/7 1:00 ET Chicago -3 At Buffalo
11/7 1:00 ET San Diego -3 At Houston
11/7 1:00 ET New Orleans -6.5 At Carolina
11/7 1:00 ET At Minnesota -9 Arizona
11/7 1:00 ET At Atlanta -8.5 Tampa Bay
11/7 1:00 ET NY Jets -4 At Detroit
11/7 1:00 ET At Baltimore -5.5 Miami
11/7 1:00 ET New England -4.5 At Cleveland
11/7 4:05 ET NY Giants -6.5 At Seattle
11/7 4:15 ET At Oakland -2.5 Kansas City
11/7 4:15 ET At Philadelphia -3 Indianapolis
11/7 8:20 ET At Green Bay -8 Dallas

 

Monday Night Football Point Spread

11/8 8:35 ET Pittsburgh -5 At Cincinnati

Byes: Denver, Jacksonville, San Francisco, St. Louis, Tennessee, Washington

Then again… These games looked pretty tough to pick this week.

 

 

November 4, 2010 Posted by | commentary, NFL Picks | , , , | Comments Off on 2010 NFL SEASON – WEEK 9

Deciphering The Election Results

There are two races that have yet to be called that will tell my chances of winning as a write-in candidate in 2012.  One race is the Colorado Governor race.  It’s not so much who will win (Denver Mayor John Hickenlooper will be the next governor) as it will be if the Republican Party will be on one of the top two lines on ballots in 2012.  Former Congressman Tom Tancredo ran as a American Constitution candidate.  He shared conservative votes with Republican candidate Dan Maes, who finished a distant third.

The Colorado Senate race is still too close to call.  The Republican Ken Buck needs to win since the Republican in the governor’e race finished a distant third.  He is currently a couple thousand voted behind Democratic Senator Michael Bennet.

The race I am really keeping an eye on is Alaska.  The good news is that “write-ins” have a lead.  The presumption is that those write-ins are for Lisa Murkowski.  But since Alaska has yet to release the names of the write-in notes, it is conceivable that Alaskans wrote my name in.  They tend to do things differently up there.

NBC news is reporting that 85% of tea party candidates won their elections.  I will try to attend tea parties, but I was met with indifference with the tea party my daughter had the last time she came to visit.  I was not able to convince her stuffed bear or her dolls to vote for me.  While Patrica is enthusiastically supportive of my campaign, she will only be 9 years old in 2012.

The Republicans will control the House and the Democrats will control the Senate.  This bodes well for independents like myself.  There will be two more years of gridlock as well as six more weeks of winter.  Independents will be the key to getting the country back in the right direction.  While independents are a plurality of voters, they are most likely to cross party lines and vote for someone who is not an independent.  If independents don’t stick to their base and vote for fellow independents, gridlock can last a lot longer (or worse, we could have Republicans or Democrats running the country.)

The best news is that now that Election Day is over, there won’t be political ads for a couple months.  Sit back and enjoy.

November 3, 2010 Posted by | commentary, Democrats, election, humor, politics, Republicans, satire, write-in | , , , , , , , | 6 Comments

Revised Campaign Schedule

Below is the original schedule I had posted last week:

Wednesday – Pittsburgh, PA (I will be discussing how the steel industry is a leading cause of air pollution.  I will also discuss the social ills of sexual misconduct among professional athletes.)

Thursday – Akron, OH (Was originally going to be in Cleveland, but changed location due to the LeBron James fiasco.  Turns out to be a bad idea because not only is Akron Cavaliers country, but it’s where LeBron was born and raised.)

Friday – Detroit, MI (I’ll think of something)

Saturday – Hamilton, ON (Where better to discuss my foreign policy than in a foreign country?  With some negotiations, the United States can divert going to was against our neighbors to the north.)

Sunday – Buffalo, NY (My birthplace   I was raised in Washington DC, but I was born in Buffalo as my parents were driving from Hamilton to what was supposed to be Albany, NY to visit my father’s old college roommate.  I was born in the car just before crossing the border {It took two hours to cross the border that day} and I stayed in a Buffalo hospital.

Due to my daughter’s safety, I had to drive her to Washington yesterday instead of having her go home with my father on Sunday.  I also had a heavy work load, which prohibited me from bring Patricia sooner.  I had to take Detroit and Hamilton off my campaign schedule and replaced it with Hartford and Newark.  Below is the new revised schedule:

Thursday (Today) – Pittsburgh, PA (I will be discussing how the steel industry is a leading cause of air pollution.  I will also discuss the social ills of sexual misconduct among professional athletes.)

Friday – Akron, OH (Was originally going to be in Cleveland, but changed location due to the LeBron James fiasco.  Turns out to be a bad idea because not only is Akron Cavaliers country, but it’s where LeBron was born and raised.)

Saturday – Buffalo, NY (My birthplace   I was raised in Washington DC, but I was born in Buffalo as my parents were driving from Hamilton to what was supposed to be Albany, NY to visit my father’s old college roommate.  I was born in the car just before crossing the border {It took two hours to cross the border that day} and I stayed in a Buffalo hospital.

Sunday (Morning) – Hartford, CT – I will discuss the great things that Gary Bettman and the NHL have done for the city of Hartford.

Sunday (Afternoon) – Newark, NJ – My Health Care plan and the implementation in urban communities.   Included will be plans of building multi-level orchards in a greenhouse environment which will allow more apples to be grown in a limited space.

There will be many trips like this as well as weeks when I campaign while working on the road.  I will also have to make time for debates against President Obama as well as the Republican and Tea Party Parties candidates.)

July 15, 2010 Posted by | Ahmnodt, commentary, debate, health care, humor, issues, politics, satire | , , , , , , , , | Comments Off on Revised Campaign Schedule

What’s in a Name

There was a poll on the website last month asking whether the name of “Orgies for Abstinence” to “Tease Party”.  Not only were the results close, but people on both sides were passionate in their names.  I have come up with a compromise plan:

“Orgies for Abstinence” will still be on the Friday after Easter and on Election night.  The primary purpose of Orgies for Abstinence will still be to encourage abstinence through raucous orgies.

“Tease Parties” will be on Inauguration Day and on April 15th.  On the rare occasion that April 15 is the Friday after Easter, then “Orgies for Abstinence” will take place on the 15th and the “Tease Party” events will be moved to the 16th.  The reason for this is because of the people who struggle trying to give up abstinence for Lent can now resume abstinence.  I do not want to delay their desire from abstaining after spending all of Lent abstaining from abstinence.

The next event is the “Orgies for Abstinence” on November 2.  The first ever “Tease Parties will be held during the various inauguration days of various offices.  I will give more information on when the various inauguration days are by Election Day.

May 3, 2010 Posted by | campaign, commentary, editorial, humor, satire | , , , , , , | 2 Comments

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