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Jesse Ventura: I would consider, with Ron Paul's VP "On One Condition"

Jesse Ventura was on "Good Morning America" ​​today to promote his new book (and probably leather jackets with fringes).
Former Minnesota Governor Jesse Ventura today announced that it consider Ron Paul's running mate - but only if members of Congress running for president on the Libertarian ticket.
When George Stephanopoulous longer hear Ventura's 9 / 11 Inside Job theory was, he asked if Ventura would be a presidential election in 2012 to be considered.

Ventura not. But he would like the man he dedicated to lead his new book - Ron Paul - on one condition:

Paul as an independent, not run a Republican (click and 3:30, if you do not feel as if you were sitting by Ventura's conspiracy theories and a clip of his guest roles on a soap opera - but why not?).

Oh, and if it works or not, it's safe to say Ventura is not in favor of Michele Bachmann.

The colorful political figure who led Iowa neighbors to the north from 1999 to 2003 made the proclamation in an interview on ABC's "Good Morning America." Click here to view a clip from the show posted on the USA Today Web site.

"If Ron Paul runs as an independent, I would much attention to his" give running mate, "Ventura said on-air and noticed that his new book" 63 documents the government does not want to read, "is dedicated Texas legislators.

Paul won the Libertarian Party's nomination for 1988 race for the presidency, and vied for the Republican nomination in 2008. He paid visits to Iowa and New Hampshire last month, but still not known whether he plans to race in 2012.

There is no indication that Paul spoke to Ventura, a former professional wrestler, has his presidential ambitions. During the ABC interview, "The Body" offered his views on two other possible Republican presidential candidate from his home state - Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachmann and Tim Pawlenty, who replaced Ventura as governor of the state and held the post until 3 January.

Ventura said he has no use for candidates who tow a party line.

"I am not a Democrat or a Republican," he said. "They are the problem not the solution."

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Jesse Ventura's new book excerpt: what the "government doesn't want you to read"
There is little value in insuring the survival of our nation if our traditions do not survive with it. And there is very grave danger that an announced need for increased security will be seized upon by those anxious to expand its meaning to the very limits of official censorship and concealment
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