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Jesse Ventura Considers Running For President, Offers Howard Stern VP Spot

Jesse Ventura Howard Stern Presidential Bid

Former Minnesota Governor Jesse Ventura is strongly considering a run for the presidency in 2016, according to the Examiner. If Ventura has any say in the matter, he wants shock jock and American’s Got Talent judge Howard Stern as his vice president.

“The people of America have got to show me something before I put my ass out there,” Ventura said during his appearance on the Howard Stern Show last Monday. “They gotta show me they want me. If the people of the United States will — grass roots, no money — get me ballot access in all 50 states, rise up and guarantee I can be in the debate? If they could accomplish that for me, I would run in 2016.”

After announcing his potential bid for president, Ventura then turned his attention to Stern.

“How ’bout if you run with me? I’m serious.” Stern, who is a pretty busy guy right now, said that he would consider the invitation.

During a recent event for the New York University College Libertarians, Ventura also touched on his bid for the presidency in 2016. “Who knows, in 2016 it could be Ventura and Stern,” he said, stating that the Stern in question was, in fact, the infamous Howard Stern.

Should Ventura and Stern find themselves in the White House, the former professional wrestler already has a plan of action in the works. “The first thing we’re going to do, ” said Ventura. “We’re going to get rid of the Patriot Act. Second of all, I would absolutely cut defense spending to help balance the budget. I would also close all these massive bases throughout the world that we don’t need. And I would work diligently to get a Constitutional Amendment to overthrow that Supreme Court thing that said corporations are the same as individuals, and that money is free speech? The only way to stop that is to amend the Constitution now.”

Do you think Jesse Ventura would make a good president? Would you cast your vote for the Ventura/Stern ticket?

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27 Responses to “Jesse Ventura Considers Running For President, Offers Howard Stern VP Spot”

  1. Leslie Davis

    Jesse Ventura is a liar, cheat, briber and phony Navy SEAL. He was never in.
    Vietnam, never in combat, and does not have the Combat Action Ribbon. He was a.
    storekeeper on a ship that passed the Vietnam coastline so he is entitled to the.
    Vietnam Service Medal. Even his name is phony. His name is James Janos. This is
    all documented in my book, “Always Cheat” The Philosophy of Jesse Ventura. My
    book cancelled Ventura’s plans to run for a second term as Minnesota Governor.

    I also confronted Ventura and his son on the Government Center Plaza in.
    Minneapolis and forced them to leave when they were trying to befriend the.
    Occupy Movement people, some of whom Ventura victimized when he supported.
    torture at the Highway 55 police raid. You can find "Always Cheat" at
    or Barnes and Noble.
    In the Twin Cities "Always Cheat" can be found at most.
    libraries. Or contact me for a complimentary copy.
    Leslie Davis,

  2. Clayton Brown

    Geddy Friedman Ventura does a great job of that by himself. Stern is ten times more intelligent than Ventura, Ventura is just a conspiracy theory nutjob.

  3. Geddy Friedman

    Clayton Brown Stern is a perverted heathen. At least Ventura speaks of substance. As far as the "just a conspiracy theory nutjob," I can see you are afraid of questioning government which makes you a coward and very unpatriotic. Ventura backs his theories with facts. The narrative you buy into from the media bases their theories with lies. So who's the conspiracy theorist now, twat? Grow some balls and stop trusting your media and government. Your ignorance is the problem. Wise up. Seek alternative media. Question reality you sheep.

  4. Corrina Collins

    sell your book like legitimate advertisers…SPEND money to MAKE money

  5. Denis B Gormally

    No way! He was our Governor in Minnesota and he let it go to his head. He could have done so much more, and when it came time for reelection he had such a low approval that's why he didn't run for a second term.

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