Skip to comments.Ventura: Bush falls short on separation of church, state
Posted on 10/28/2004 3:31:22 PM PDT by Rakkasan1
Former Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura is silent no more on why he's supporting John Kerry for president.
Unleashing a strong attack against President Bush, Ventura appeared at Century Technical College in Oakdale Thursday to encourage young people to vote. He signed Kerry-Edwards posters but wouldn't answer questions from reporters.
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"There's not a former Democrat or Republican governor in the country who would dare to look like this,'' said Ventura, an independent.
no monkey would dare for that matter.
Another atheist heard from.
Jessie 'The Buffoon' Ventura ... who cares what he thinks.
What a disappointment Jesse has turned out to be.
Ventura = ClueLess
How this mental midget got elected is beyond me. I wonder if any polls have been conducted of late that show that the people of MIN-A-SOOODA would vote for this clown again.
Jesse: I was sad when you got killed in the movie with Arnold. Now I will watch it and cheer!
ventura fall short on combination of brains/mouth.
Hey Jesse! Go wrap your pecker in a boa.
I think Jesse is getting a bit jealous that Arnie is getting all the attention nowadays, and Jesse is a barely-recalled footnote.
Venturas a bigot. No biggie, there's loads of them on the Planet Lovetron.
I saw him on TV the other day. He looks weird.
Oh yeah, I can see the theocracy forming now. Paranoid idiot.
Ventura started out with great fanfare then blew it and was a lousy governor. He began to believe his own press clippings and became a media whore like John McCain.
Ventura only wishes he had had the success of his old buddy Arnold and now is bitter.
So what does he do, he comes out for John Kerry and this from an old Navy Seal who could not possibly in reality have any respect for Kerry.
He has become a true hypocrite.
Kerry falls short on separation of individual and state.
There's only one candidate I see campaigning in churches this cycle, and it ain't Bush.
What do you mean turned out to be?
CHURCH AND STATE?
Who is the one that keeps talking about being guided by their faith if elected into the W House?
Who is the one that keeps holding political rallies in churches?
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