Tuesday, Oct 28, 2008
Former Governor Jesse Ventura rides along with Alex Jones to discuss his analysis of the two-party grasp of the 2008 Elections.
Ventura brings up Ross Perot’s unprecedented 19% of the popular vote in 1992, prompting a 1996 bipartisan black-out on Perot’s challenge to Clinton & Dole. He challenges voters to reject the ‘horse-race’ voting mentality and instead vote for the person best put in public position.
The former governor also shares his experiences in challenging the official government story on 9/11 and highlights the parallels between the post-9/11 United States and the Nazi-propaganda that urged its citizenry not to challenge its leaders, to obey its policies and to sacrifice for the causes of the state.
Afterwards, Alex and Jesse arrive at Willie Nelson’s ranch and join the music legend.
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Alex Jones & Jesse Ventura broadcast live at the Backyard’s last show in Austin with legendary country icon Willie Nelson performing in the backdrop.
Ventura discusses the politics of third party in the midst of a two-party dictatorship, unafraid to say
‘vote for anybody else’ but Obama & McCain.