Jesse Ventura appears on Howard Stern's radio show to plan presidential campaign [VIDEO]

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Jesse Ventura appeared on Howard Stern's radio show yesterday and discussed campaign strategy with the man he wants to be his vice president.

The interview started with Stern asking Ventura if he was really serious about them running for office together.

"Howard, I won't do it if you won't do it with me," Ventura maintained. "I need you to not have to raise money."

The reason has everything to do with a lesson Ventura learned while running for Minnesota governor.

"When I ran for governor of Minnesota I had a statewide talk radio show," Ventura explained. "Well, the FCC made me come off the air, and I went six months without any money or employment to run for governor. You don't have to come off the air."

"Because I'm on satellite," Stern interjected, meaning that he's no longer operating under FCC jurisdiction.

"We can use this show to win the election," Ventura boasted triumphantly.

Is Ventura serious about running for office with the Vice President of All Media? Watch the video below and judge for yourself.



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113 comments
Jeana Schieffer
Jeana Schieffer

That would be hilarious! Please run on a Tea Party ticket, so you split the GOP votes and leave a clear field for the DEM candidate!

nottoobitter
nottoobitter

just the quote of "get the fuck out" of the middle east gets my vote!

Sue Genadek
Sue Genadek

I always liked Jesse. I think he was too honest to be in politics.

Joni Bruecken
Joni Bruecken

Our descent into the absurd would be complete

David Gustafson
David Gustafson

rigth title,worng group.should be the congress.whom never have been on celebrity survivor in some jungle jumping from a ship to get to land.politics,some amazing race?

David Gustafson
David Gustafson

hey pete hes a teacher.i like him.and we have a tie to africa,like the new pope is,etc.

David Gustafson
David Gustafson

noo,no talent there.he lied too much.his kid was ill.then he denies benefits to a woman in a wheelchair.maybe hes the jackal? did like his oen stop hsop for jobs.but really.ona place he could bring two ties for a wine stain.make sure on is from aduluth suit shop.what more importantly are we doing to support hugo chazez'd succesor and not invade for oil pat robertson! whom says some stupid stuff from time to time.

Michael Brooks
Michael Brooks

Well, if nothing else, we'll find out if there are, actually, any aliens at Roswell and who in the hell shot JFK!?

Chris Bonneville
Chris Bonneville

Jesse reminds me of Katherine Hepburn in On Golden Pond. And he may well be.

Branden Strot
Branden Strot

doesnt matter. nobody will vote for them unless the media tells them to. people throw their vote away every 4 years by only choosing between 2 people, and then complain that the guy who won sucks.

Ryan Rud
Ryan Rud

At the very least I think we'd be pretty safe from Jessie being bought

Chad Liljegren
Chad Liljegren

Good! Time to get rid of all the tyrants running our county.

Shawn Clark
Shawn Clark

its not going to happen.I am not a fan of Howard Stern

Tammy Marshall
Tammy Marshall

Hahahahaha - perfect!! I would def become a citizen of Sweden or something.

Lindsey Richardson
Lindsey Richardson

Sorry David, I believe they are better choices then anyone else that would be on the bill.. but I can say if they ever made it that far they would be killed. like all the others.

Tammy Marshall
Tammy Marshall

God, please NO!! I'd be ok with Howard but Ventura - HE@* NO! There is something wrong with that guy - too many smackdowns I think.

Chris Peden
Chris Peden

I would rather have Judge Judy. But anything is better what we have now.

David Lloyd
David Lloyd

I have. Jesse Ventura is a fucking joke. Maybe a bigger one than what's going on in DC. But that's open for debate.

Noel Barrick
Noel Barrick

"The good news is that it took both of these parties in both of these houses until the last legislative session to really effectively figure out how to box out the governor, because they had no interest in having an Independence Party governor look effective," Wheelock said.

Noel Barrick
Noel Barrick

"Ventura's finance commissioner, Pam Wheelock, says the governor did propose a fiscally responsible plan that would have minimized the current deficit, and lawmakers discarded it. She says Ventura didn't have a single ally in the Legislature for most of his term, yet he still managed to push through some of his major priorities."

David Lloyd
David Lloyd

Yeah, that 2 billion dollar plus deficit he left the state with was fabulous. More of that please.

David Lloyd
David Lloyd

Maybe you should take one of your guns that you love so much, put it in your mouth and pull the trigger. You know, making the world a better place and all ;-)#

David Lloyd
David Lloyd

"numnuts"? Not surprised about your being spelling challenged. How about the 2 billion dollar plus deficit he left the state of MN with when he left office?

keny1
keny1

@David Lloyd 

You look like a tard and your wife looks like an old whore. 

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