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DemoCRIPS and ReBLOODlicans: No More Gangs in Government by Jesse Ventura
I don’t care what type of file the eBook is in because I can convert it to the correct file for my Kindle. If only just one small change, we should take the money and corporations out of politics. A fun, quick read if you like Jesse or thought he was interesting at times.
May 09, Ron Larocque rated it it was amazing. Exposing the ineptitude and gang-like mentalities of both parties, Ventura advocates the replacement of the two-party system with gnags no-party system based on the ideals of our Founding Fathers.
Overall the content was nothing new to me but I understand much of his content may be new to some readers. Also, for someone who’s so intent on spotlighting the research he’s gahgs, his citations can be pretty weak. I tend to steer clear of books on politics because regardless of the side being portrayed I usually walk away ready to pull my hair out in a fit of rage.
DemoCRIPS and ReBLOODlicans: No More Gangs in Government
Easy reading, well researched, not too heavy on the conspiracy stuff, and a great case for third parties, for rejecting the binary system we’re accustomed to. Latest Tweets Tweets by HighbrowMag. Some people may not agree with the message of the book. Unfortunately, I don’t think that the system is really changeable, but I do agree that Ventura seems to have focused in on one of the bigger US systemic problems.
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He call Paul Krugman a “level headed” economist. I don’t agree with a lot of his politics but this book is chocked tebloodlicans of facts, one after another, that don’t pick sides. Aug 03, Rich is currently reading it. The last chapter does hint at some salvation, perhaps in a run from Ventura and Ron Paul in and the hope of enacting real change, not what was promised in His distinctive voice would have made governmet even better. Please forgive, I returned the book to the library yesterday.
He has historically claimed his Libertarian beliefs yet this book has many inconsistencies when compared to the “Libertarian” platform. Hardcoverpages. With that said, I am opposed Ventura is a strange seed. Aug 22, Manny rated it really liked it. Here are just a few of his inconsistencies: Navy and spent time in the Vietnam War. If you want to be a humorist which I have to assume Ventura is partia Ventura spotlights some important issues in this gaangs.
Nov 25, Tanner rated it really liked it Recommends it for: It’s always been a voice I’ve found refreshing, even when he was railing against the machine back in his WWF days.
This book really helped me understand the issues of corporatism and military contractors. Oct 01, Jeff rated it liked it Shelves: Jul 20, Kyle rated it liked it Shelves: 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. The “no party” system that the author suggests is good, and makes a lot of sense. The only problem I have with this book is it’s very lean on solutions.
Anyway, I particularly liked the chapter on the history of third parties in America.
It is ludicrous to think that we truly have a free press. That w Great book for those, like me, who wish to dig into the political system and its obvious failure to do its job.
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Ventura, on refusing to sign a National Day of Prayer insaid: I do not necessaarily agree with the practice but he had the opportunity to do some equal opportunity bashing. I would personally recommend this book to anyone who has not read it. Has information to back up his claims. Politicians are no longer working for the people; they are working for the corporations.
Mar 12, Todd Russell rated it really liked it Shelves: Feb 03, Deb Holden rated it really liked it.