By Jesse Ventura
In a fast moving and infrequently funny narrative, Ventura pulls no punches in discussing our corrupt two-party approach, the disastrous warfare in Iraq, and what he suspects fairly occurred on September eleven. He offers own insights into the Clinton and Bush presidencies, and elaborates at the ways that 3rd events are rendered impotent by means of the country's dominant events. He unearths the unlawful function of the CIA in states like Minnesota, delicate and up to date info at the Blackwater defense enterprise, the tale of the yankee spies who shadowed him on a alternate venture to Cuba, and what Fidel Castro instructed him approximately who rather assassinated President John F. Kennedy. This certain political memoir is a must-read for someone thinking about the path that the US will take.
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You’re going to find me a little different,” I said to the audience seated around tables with white linen and flowers. “If the thought process were the same as it is today 150 years ago in this country,” I went on, “you would not have had Abraham Lincoln up here to talk to you. Because Abraham Lincoln was a third-party candidate. ” For the first gubernatorial debate, I wore a sport coat over a golf shirt, and my sneakers. I was always casual. There were something like four Democrats and four Republicans still in the running.
I was pretty worked up the night McNamara came to the Harvard campus. I don’t remember whether I threatened him or not, but certain faculty members told me they preferred that I not show up at his lecture. And I didn’t. Being one of the veterans sent into the Vietnam War under false pretenses, I wouldn’t have let him off the hook easily. Leaving Minnesota . . so many memories . . I’d first moved back after my four years as a frogman ended had ridden rode for nine months with the South Bay Mongols motorcycle club.
As First Lady I tried hard to work on the problems of feedlots because I also think they only produce toxic food. How can something good come from animals living in severe stress, fed nothing but chemicals and antibiotics and who knows what? None of that kind of meat can have the amount of protein, vitamins, and minerals that animals raised humanely on a normal diet could yield. We’d bought a thirty-two-acre ranch in Maple Grove in the mid-1990s, because Terry wanted a place where she could have her horses on our own land, instead of boarding them.