DemoCRIPS and ReBLOODlicans has ratings and 51 reviews. John said: Say what you will about Jesse The Body Ventura — and many people will, describi. Listen to DemoCRIPS and ReBLOODlicans: No More Gangs in Government audiobook by Dick Russell, Jesse Ventura. Stream and download audiobooks to . Buy DemoCRIPS and ReBLOODlicans: No More Gangs in Government at Staples’ low price, or read our customer reviews to learn more now.
Jun 20, De,ocrips added it. He began wrestling professionally gansg the mids and changed his name to the one that made him famous, Jesse ” The Body ” Ventura. This was a very interesting book and needless to say, this should be required reading. It’s all over this book, and I don’t like it. In the spirit of full disclosure, I am a hard core, even “radical” Ron Paul supporter. They are American citizens too ” p.
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Jul 18, Joann rated it really liked it. That being said, he does make some great points in this book which are very difficult reblodlicans dispute about both the Democrats and the Republicans. I agree with the book that change needs to happen. I liked how he took on the FCC and would also have liked to have read more about his thoughts on that impotent department.
Who are the ones that are going to regulate these new electronic voting machines? He continued wrestling in the national spotlight untilwhen emergency hospitalization due to blood clots in his lungs made him miss a title match against Hulk Hogan, and ended his professional wrestling career.
DemoCRIPS and ReBLOODlicans: No More Gangs in Government by Jesse Ventura
To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. MooreVentura ran against and defeated the year incumbent mayor of Brooklyn Park, Minn. Boyfriend showed me the cover of this book as he was working in the library.
In a trial against the vangs parties, this is all the evidence we need. Anyone know where I can get a free copy of this on eBook? Jul 08, John rated it really liked it. No More Gangs in Government. Ventura is a strange seed. But the truth is the truth, and “the truth will set you free”.
Ventura that our political system is broken and r OK, so technically I did not finish the book.
Everywhere I’ve looked only has Audiobooks. If you want to be a rebloodlicsns which I have to assume Ventura is partially trying to dothat’s fine, but certain things are below the belt. It is ludicrous to think that we truly have a free press.
If only just one small change, we should take the money and corporations out of politics.
Corporations are able to funnel money through Super PACs. As a member of the media, I can understand Ventura’s frustrations, though I was somewhat disappointed that he doesn’t have a true grasp on the underlying problem attacking today’s big media not the journalists, per se, but the corporate ownership interests eroding our information channels.
Do our votes really count? Navy and spent mlre in the Democriips War. This book really helped me understand the issues of corporatism and military contractors. I liked the book’s theme of a no-party system; however, even though I’m interested in finance, I think the average person will quickly tire of pages of statistics and dollars and put the book down.
Ventura spotlights some important issues in this book.
I came away with a rebliodlicans perspective. I’m from Ohio so I know Representative Dennis Kucinich also has not only voted against those bills but spoken up against those bills many times — at least while he is still in office. The only problem I have with it is Ventura’s strong push for Ron Paul.
How would you do that without being a bit over the top? At times I felt inspired. Neff rated it it was amazing. Aug 24, Erwin rated it liked it Shelves: Ventura pointed out all the money being thrown at our politicians. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Also, for someone who’s so intent on spotlighting the research he’s conducted, his citations can be pretty weak. He call Paul Krugman a “level headed” economist. Ventura, on refusing to sign a National Day of Prayer insaid: The footnotes, notes at the end of each chapter, are easily accesible from websites listed.
Open Preview See a Problem? Want to Read Currently Reading Read. 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 in this country.
With that said, I am opposed Ventura is a strange seed. The quotes in the book are fantastic.