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    Talking Ventura, Huckabee, Blago on Geraldo!

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    Jessee Ventura, Mike Huckabee, and Rod Blagojevich all being interviewed at the same time by Geraldo. Ventura mentioned the Constitution and Bush throwing away habeaus corpus after Huck tried saying how bad the Dems were. I could tell Ventura being there made Huck uncomfortable.


    Blago actually sympathized with Ventura about the government spying on people.


    Ventura tried to explain that Iraq had nothing to do with the war and Huck got all torqued.

    This is fun!


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    Ventura just advocated govt run healthcare... ouch
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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt Collins View Post
    Ventura just advocated govt run healthcare... ouch
    I want to see his own words, before I make a judgment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt Collins View Post
    Ventura just advocated govt run healthcare... ouch
    Really? This is coming from a guy who seems to be absolutely convinced that the government murders it's own citizens and starts needless wars on a regular basis.... how can he possibly want the same organization to monopolize health care markets?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ClayTrainor View Post
    Really? This is coming from a guy who seems to be absolutely convinced that the government murders it's own citizens.... how can he possibly want the same organization to monopolize health care markets?
    What did he say exactly?
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    Quote Originally Posted by FrankRep View Post
    What did he say exactly?
    I didn't see it, yet, just going on Matt's word. I'm just speculating on the the reasoning for him advocating such a thing, if he did.
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    I'm sure he did. He was defending state-run healthcare on Larry King the other night. He said "pure capitalism doesn't work, so we need some socialism."

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    He basically said that we've had government run healthcare in Hawaii for 40 years, and Congress gets it, so why shouldn't we give it to everyone else?

    It was sickening. This guy is truly an idiot.


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    Ventura did just say he doesn't think Obama was born in Kenya.
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    It is possible that some form of socialist healthcare might work better than the corporatist system we have now that is run by the drug companies and insurance companies....but certainly the free market solution is best... but a lot of people have bought the propaganda that we have a free market health insurance system.
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    Jesse Ventura - Larry King Live - March 8th, 2010

    He indeed seems to support Government Run Healthcare.

    YouTube - Jesse Ventura - Larry King Live - March 8th, 2010 - 2/4
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    Quote Originally Posted by dannno View Post
    It is possible that some form of socialist healthcare might work better than the corporatist system we have now that is run by the drug companies and insurance companies....but certainly the free market solution is best... but a lot of people have bought the propaganda that we have a free market health insurance system.
    Yeah, statewide single-payer wouldn't be the worst thing in the world. All the hospitals and GP's are private, so I wouldn't be afraid to seek care or anything. Of course, it would be a grossly wasteful system.

    I'm not surprised Jesse advocates government operated health-care, though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt Collins View Post
    He basically said that we've had government run healthcare in Hawaii for 40 years, and Congress gets it, so why shouldn't we give it to everyone else?

    It was sickening. This guy is truly an idiot.


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    Matt, I've been hammering this point ad nauseum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AuH20 View Post
    Matt, I've been hammering this point ad nauseum.
    He's philosophically inconsistent to the point of looking like a moron.


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    do we have a toob?

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    Most of this clip is JD Hayworth interview. Debra Medina mentioned at 3:00.

    YouTube - Geraldo Rivera Interviews McCain Challenger J.D. Hayworth
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    Ventura confuses the word libertine with libertarian.

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    Ventura is an idiot. We were rising up at that point in time, and supporting Ron Paul.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt Collins View Post
    He basically said that we've had government run healthcare in Hawaii for 40 years, and Congress gets it, so why shouldn't we give it to everyone else?

    It was sickening. This guy is truly an idiot.


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