Sunday, April 3, 2011

Jesse Ventura: Sarah Palin Will Win

Jesse Ventura has said many things over the years including that 9/11 was an inside job. Now he's getting into the 2012 Presidential race. Jesse believes Sarah Palin will win the 2012 GOP presidential nomination.
“She’s the type of person that certainly will be controlled by the status quo and the power structure. So she’d make a perfect candidate for them, she’ll do what she’s told,” Mr. Ventura says.

The former Minnesota governor noted Ms. Palin’s reality show and her current contributions on Fox News, saying the Republican Party is “grooming” her.
Read the complete story here.

8 comments:

Right Wingnut said...

Well, he's at least half right. ;)

To suggest that "she will do what she's told" is laughable.

Ventura, my former Governor, is a baffoon. He has zero credibility, even here in MN. His goal in life is to bash the two major parties.

I actually voted for him. He basically ran as a Liberatarian. He was much better than the Dem would have been, but he shoved a billion dollar light rail line down our throats. It goes about 8 miles, and noboby rides the damn thing.

Anonymous said...

Sarah is not running, however, she will continue saying or doing anything if the price is right. Even Sarah knows she doesn't stand even a slim chance of winning the GOP nomination.


DD

Anonymous said...

Ventura / Palin in 2012!

SaraBUDHA said...

Jesse Ventura and the WWF are a large part of Palin's fan base.

They live in a fantasy is reality world.

SarahBELL (to be deliberately confused with clarabell) said...

Your right, Wing nut,

He's 50% right:

Right about Fox and right about her having NO CLUE about what to do if she get's there.

Anonymous said...

Jesse should challenge Palin to a match.

Just think of the publicity generated. "The Body" vs. "The Saracuda".

They could donate proceeds to the, "Free Alaska" independence campaign.

Her fan base would love it.

DanL said...

Not the kind of endorsement I would want to have.

Right Wingnut said...

DanL,

It's not an endorsement. He was on a local station a few weeks ago, tearing her to shreds...along with Romney, Gingrich, Pawlenty..

He hates them all.