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He began wrestling professionally in the mids and changed his name to the one that made him ih, Jesse ” The Body ” Ventura. Neff rated it it was amazing. I am definitely looking forward to finishing it. Aug 24, Erwin rated it liked it Shelves: I do not necessaarily agree with the practice but he had the opportunity to do some equal opportunity bashing.
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This book would be good for non-readers and folks who only remember Jesse Ventura as a wrestler. I don’t like it when our president does it, and I don’t like it when anyone else does it either. No More Gangs in Government” he describes his views on the current political system and the corruption in all aspects of the “american system”.
I agree that the Electoral College system is outdated. How do we know that the software cannot be hacked? It’s all over this book, and I don’t like it. The last chapter does hint at some salvation, perhaps in a run from Ventura and Ron Paul in and the hope of enacting real change, not what was promised in Sounds like hyperbole at first, but actually seems to be accurate analysis based on the related reading that I’ve done and some related though much lower level first hand experience.
That said, the last chapters are a long endorsement of Ron Paul, so there’s that tinge of naive libertarianism. Published June 11th by Skyhorse Publishing first published January 1st Ventura is a strange seed. Hardcoverpages. Wish that it didn’t seem to turn into just propaganda to get Ron Paul elected in the elections, but I liked the general information he presented about the way our “democracy” works and about all the ways the money is directed and flows in this country.
When I mention to Ventura that he taught one of the most popular courses at Harvard, he quickly cuts in to correct me: Anyone know where I can get a free copy of this on eBook?
A bunch of them come from not-terribly-reputable sources, but even more surprising to me was how often he left quotes uncited. You may or may not like the Governor and his style, but I think if you are willing to look at this book with no preconceived notions it might surprise you.
Jan 29, Michael Kozinski rated it it was amazing. In a trial against the two parties, I recommend this book! The narrator’s voice slips in and out of a southern drawl and it drove me up the walls listening to him say ‘hunderd’ instead of ‘hundred’. However he neglects to let you know that the OWS eebloodlicans was also being funded by the democript’s “shot caller” Mpre use his gangster rwbloodlicans George Soro’s I agree with a lot of what he said.
democtips I read this book a couple of months ago and I have to say that it’s a very unique look into American politics, but only Jesse Ventura can do that. The narrator’s voice slips in and out of a southern drawl and it drove me up the Boyfriend showed me the cover of this book as he was working in the library.
Open Preview See a Problem? Apr ganvs, Jimmie rated it it was ok Shelves: A fun, quick read if you like Jesse or thought he was interesting at times.
Before he was elected the governor of Minnesota inhe was a professional wrestler, and before that, a Navy SEAL-turned-member of an outlaw motorcycle club in Gobernment Diego.
I know many of you are thinking – why would anyone read Jesse Ventura? Jun 20, Peter added it. I would strongly suggest that if you want to learn more about what is wrong with our current two party system, this is a book to put on your list.
Latest Tweets Tweets by HighbrowMag. Recommended reading for those who enjoy political non-fiction. I don’t care what type of file the mode is in because I can convert it to the correct file for my Kindle.
DemoCRIPS and ReBLOODlicans: No More Gangs in Government
Please forgive, I returned the book to the library yesterday. The book is filled with enough information to make anyone angry. I don’t agree with a lot of his politics but this book is chocked full of facts, one after another, that don’t pick sides. It has been bought and paid for by the biggest businesses and corporations in America.
Gansg think Jesse “The Body” was on point with most of what he said in calling for a massive overhaul to the current system. With that said, I am opposed Ventura is a strange seed.
Most of what Ventura says falls into the realm of fair if sometimes petty and juvenile game, but a few times he wandered well outside of that. He rants on and on about how the Koch brothers funded the Tea Party making it “AstroTurf” instead of a grass roots movement.
Navy and spent time in the Vietnam War.
DemoCRIPS and ReBLOODlicans: No More Gangs in Government by Jesse Ventura
At times I felt inspired. Our understanding of this should not stop at what we were told in elementary school. People have been so brain washed that they vote by party lines, and not by what they think is right. Ventura that our political system is broken and r OK, so technically I did not finish the book. I started to think to myself how could people be so trusting of a government that constantly has scandals.
Ventura spotlights some important issues in this book. I also believe the imagery he used in the book’s title that flowed through out the book was the most accurate description of the political system in the United States I have ever read. I had about 35 pages left and it was due back to the library and to be really honest I was never going to read the chapter entitled “Ron Paul is the Second Coming” He has historically claimed his Libertarian beliefs yet this book has many inconsistencies when compared to the “Libertarian” platform.
Couple this with Thomas Friedman’s latest book and his call for a third party, it is too bad we can get more straight thinking I know many of you are thinking – why would anyone read Jesse Ventura?