I have a much different approach to politics and government than you. Not a judgement, just that I really don't care if Jesse has talked well about FDR. A lot of people like FDR for some reason or another. I have some nice things to say about Bush (he was goofy), Obama (he had a cool drawing of a train system), and Clinton (he played the Sax on Arsenio Hall!); yet my approach to government isn't at all like theirs.
I have a hard time demonizing any individual. Part of it is my Christain education, part of it is my observations of society and how judging works when I do it (yup, I try not to judge, yet sometimes I notice I judge, and I see how it makes things worse, but I don't beat myself up over it, I observe and learn).
The type of "free health-care" Ventura would support would be similar to the efforts of Dennis Kucinich and the Green Party, which is incredibly different than Romney/ObamaCare. FAR different. Here is an article I wrote referencing Paul and Kucinich on what a "hybrid" health-care system would look like: http://freeindependentsun.com/republic/progressive-health-ca...
And I personally don't look at the direction of government being "pure" in one direction or another. I actually see Government naturally playing a smaller role in life as the "true independence movement" grows (I'm talking growing our own food, taking care of our own health, utilizing automated technologies, replicant/3D-Printing technology, social skills, and generally letting go of control and ego and the desire to be "right" or "smart".)
The general who advances without coveting fame and retreats without fearing disgrace, whose only thought is to protect his country and do good service for his sovereign, is the jewel of the kingdom. - The Art of War X.24
As far as the Conspiracy Theory stuff, I don't mind it so much. I see your point, but I don't actually think it'll hurt him as much, because he always seems to respound to it directly and most interviewers, once they see Jesse is just going to continue to ask questions that I don't doubt most Americans would at least agree deserve to be asked, quickly go to another line of questioning. Pierce did it too, he made a snarky remark and went to the next question.
They'll stop playing that game when Jesse continues to make references to The Secret Team.
They had that book banned. They obviously don't want people reading it. I know why, because half way through the book he makes so much sense that you have to question whether or not the book itself is misinformation before you read on. If you don't know what I mean you haven't read the book.
With all that said, fair enough. Thanks for the comment! My intention in this post was to make sure anyone who wanted to work on this had a very clear and direct process to do so.
That is what I do. I did it for Ron Paul activist, I currently do it for Green Party activist and non-partisan issue campaigns, and I wanted to do it for Ventura 2016. You can read my synopsis of "game plans" for the various "factions" of the "Liberty, Peace and Freedom Movement," as I like to call it.
Or in Ron Paul's words, "Friends of Freedom."
“Friends of freedom must quickly assemble and plan strategy. Everyone has a vital interest in the outcome. Broad agreements are crucial; arguing minute details of solutions to difficult problems can undermine the movement and become purely negative. Perfection by man in the struggle for freedom is not achievable. Denial of personality differences and legitimate differences of opinion are a mistake. Refusing to agree on generalized and precise principles guarantees failure.” - Dr. Paul
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