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(Info Wars)   Howard Stern and Jesse "The Prez" Ventura partnering up for a 2016 Presidential run. Sounds silly, yes, but anything would be better than Hillary '16   (infowars.com) divider line 58
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2013-09-29 06:12:16 AM
This is no more laughable than Ted Cruz being a senator.
 
2013-09-29 08:09:59 AM
Stern previously ran for Governor of New York as a libertarian candidate in 1994

No he didn't.  He didn't want to make his financials public.
 
2013-09-29 08:14:40 AM
I'd vote for them over most politicians.

And they are crazy irresponsible people. So that tells you how I feel about our politicians.

Remember, between them they have displayed at a bare minimum:

-the mental fortitude and discipline to be among our best most hardened military assets
-a successful state Governor (that actually finished his term)

-the head of a thriving and successful media empire
-a person who has made a living speaking his mind on the air and NOT been feared and abandoned by every person that has tuned in

This is equally as rational a decision as electing someone like Sarah Palin, or Donald Trump, or Allen West,
or... Ronald Reagan.

Would it be dangerous?
Very.
But so is life.

Would it be disastrous?
No.
This is why we have checks and balances.

If our government can survive what we currently have, we would survive them.
Perhaps we might even be better for it when it was all over.

It's the political equivalent of drinking the newly made and completely untested serum that might kill you instead of curing you... but you know what they say about drastic times...
 
2013-09-29 08:16:21 AM

MurphyMurphy: This is equally as rational a decision


*at the least as rational
 
2013-09-29 08:56:38 AM

MurphyMurphy: I'd vote for them over most politicians.

And they are crazy irresponsible people. So that tells you how I feel about our politicians.

Remember, between them they have displayed at a bare minimum:

-the mental fortitude and discipline to be among our best most hardened military assets
-a successful state Governor (that actually finished his term)

-the head of a thriving and successful media empire
-a person who has made a living speaking his mind on the air and NOT been feared and abandoned by every person that has tuned in

This is equally as rational a decision as electing someone like Sarah Palin, or Donald Trump, or Allen West,
or... Ronald Reagan.

Would it be dangerous?
Very.
But so is life.

Would it be disastrous?
No.
This is why we have checks and balances.

If our government can survive what we currently have, we would survive them.
Perhaps we might even be better for it when it was all over.

It's the political equivalent of drinking the newly made and completely untested serum that might kill you instead of curing you... but you know what they say about drastic times...


That's how he became the Governor of Minnesota. It was a highly amusing couple years.
 
2013-09-29 08:58:06 AM
No. Idiocracy is already becoming a reality

/no need to rush it
 
2013-09-29 09:01:32 AM

CPT Ethanolic: This is no more laughable than Ted Cruz being a senator.


Over in one.  I want to punch a hole in the wall at the thought of voters stupid enough to send that turd to Washington.
 
2013-09-29 09:33:26 AM
Well, that's one way to turn Minnesota into a red state.
 
2013-09-29 09:44:12 AM

b2theory: That's how he became the Governor of Minnesota. It was a highly amusing couple years.


Did he do a bad job? I don't remember him doing anything disastrous.  His speeches and TV appearances were fun, as well as his WWE Appearance.  But I really don't remember any policy decision being all that bad.
 
2013-09-29 09:45:40 AM
It would be funny, but Stern wouldn't take the paycut
 
2013-09-29 09:45:50 AM
Sniper fire.
 
2013-09-29 09:47:58 AM
We need to repeal Hillarycare!
 
2013-09-29 09:49:03 AM
Does the platform include an inalienable right to hookers and porn?
 
2013-09-29 09:51:15 AM
So they both figured out that the announced potential presidential run would be good for their pockets?
Oh goody.

DNRTFA

/interest so lacking that there's a black hole where this article should be
 
2013-09-29 09:52:02 AM
These two will not win, unless America votes!
 
2013-09-29 09:58:37 AM
Hey, it might be interesting to have a president who spends several hours a day whining about how miserable he is.

/can you tell it's been a loooooong time since I last heard Stern?
 
2013-09-29 09:59:57 AM
Oh hell yes.
 
2013-09-29 10:08:36 AM
Reminds me of this old chestnut:

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2013-09-29 10:16:46 AM

MaudlinMutantMollusk: No. Idiocracy is already becoming a reality

/no need to rush it


Every time someone mentions that movie in a serious political sense, God kills a puppy. Think of the puppies.

Also, try watching Canadian Bacon.
 
2013-09-29 10:36:12 AM
Wellp, they have the endorsement of Alex Jones, so that clinches it for me:  I don't care who the Green candidate is going to be, but I'm voting for them, as they're probably going to be as far away from these two on the political spectrum as one can be.
 
2013-09-29 10:42:57 AM
And what's so wrong about Hillary becoming President? Is this link sponsored by The Cheesecake Factory?
 
2013-09-29 10:52:19 AM

Lost Thought 00: It would be funny, but Stern wouldn't take the paycut


Nor would be stand the schedule. He works something like 6 days a month right now.

All of this is cute and all, but our political landscape is already simultaneously a joke and a circus.  The last thing we need is more of that.  A little decorum would go a long way.

That said, this isn't happening, so I am not terribly concerned.
 
2013-09-29 11:21:11 AM
I'd vote for them out of spite for the do nothing two party system we have now.
 
2013-09-29 11:22:41 AM
Crazy, womanizing, stand against corruption, likes to party, former entertainers, one step closer to Idiocracy.

I'd say they have a realistic chance.
 
2013-09-29 11:25:41 AM

Savage Belief: I'd vote for them out of spite for the do nothing two party system we have now.


Why don't you just vote for one of the candidates that actually HAS some political leadership experience/doesn't think the moon landing was faked to cover up the fact that Kennedy was assassinated by chem trails?

/follow the benefits
 
2013-09-29 11:37:41 AM

CPT Ethanolic: This is no more laughable than Ted Cruz being a senator.



This. I'd vote for that pair over almost any Republican ticket that could be put forward. Over Ted "Douchemouth" Cruz I'd vote for them AND send them cookies. They certainly couldn't damage the country more than the GOP.

That said, I'd vote for most Democratic tickets over Stern/Ventura, and my only reluctance to voting for Hillary is my antipathy for political dynasties. The Clinton, Bush and Kennedy families have already had more than their fair share of political power - thank you very much. Don't actually have anything against Hillary per se though, so given the choice between Cruz/Gingrich/Santorum/Perry/Palin/etc. I'd still hold my nose and vote for Hillary. Put her on the ticket as VP and Biden as POTUS and I'll only hold one nostril.
 
2013-09-29 11:43:06 AM

Empty Matchbook: Savage Belief: I'd vote for them out of spite for the do nothing two party system we have now.

Why don't you just vote for one of the candidates that actually HAS some political leadership experience/doesn't think the moon landing was faked to cover up the fact that Kennedy was assassinated by chem trails?

/follow the benefits


Because the government 'official version' of every single story ever is always right, and anyone who might think something else happened is clearly a deranged crazy person moran because our government would never lie to us, about anything.

If that person has been in the entertainment business they are even more crazy to think government may do something they don't tell citizens about.

Proof - Shia Lebouf was a traitor before Snowden was a traitor!  http://social.entertainment.msn.com/blogs/pop-spy-blogpost.aspx?post= 4 47975bb-2db0-46b9-9236-faa461e53395
 
2013-09-29 11:57:15 AM

mongbiohazard: CPT Ethanolic: This is no more laughable than Ted Cruz being a senator.


This. I'd vote for that pair over almost any Republican ticket that could be put forward. Over Ted "Douchemouth" Cruz I'd vote for them AND send them cookies. They certainly couldn't damage the country more than the GOP.

That said, I'd vote for most Democratic tickets over Stern/Ventura, and my only reluctance to voting for Hillary is my antipathy for political dynasties. The Clinton, Bush and Kennedy families have already had more than their fair share of political power - thank you very much. Don't actually have anything against Hillary per se though, so given the choice between Cruz/Gingrich/Santorum/Perry/Palin/etc. I'd still hold my nose and vote for Hillary. Put her on the ticket as VP and Biden as POTUS and I'll only hold one nostril.


Ewwww! Quit picking your nose!
 
2013-09-29 12:14:38 PM
Hillary actually did her job.  Find me one Republican contender for the presidency in 2016 who can say the same thing.

I'll be here, not holding my breath.
 
2013-09-29 12:33:54 PM

TV's Vinnie: And what's so wrong about Hillary becoming President?


1. She's too old.
2. She's a woman.
3. She's a democrat.
4. She's a secret lesbian.
5. She's married to Bill Clinton, the worst president of all time cuz he got a blowjob(AND he's a DEMOCRAT!!!!)
 
2013-09-29 12:59:51 PM

serpent_sky: Nor would be stand the schedule. He works something like 6 days a month right now.


I believe he probably works more than 40 hours a week. He's got 3 days of shows and they need prep. He's got AGT which requires tons of travel, rehearsal and sitting around waiting. Then he has all kinds of legal and financial decisions to make. Who's to know if he's working up another book or project for film or tv.
  It wouldn't surprise me if he works more than Obama does now.
 
2013-09-29 01:13:14 PM
infowars?
 
2013-09-29 01:47:20 PM

moefuggenbrew: Empty Matchbook: Savage Belief: I'd vote for them out of spite for the do nothing two party system we have now.

Why don't you just vote for one of the candidates that actually HAS some political leadership experience/doesn't think the moon landing was faked to cover up the fact that Kennedy was assassinated by chem trails?

/follow the benefits

Because the government 'official version' of every single story ever is always right, and anyone who might think something else happened is clearly a deranged crazy person moran because our government would never lie to us, about anything.

If that person has been in the entertainment business they are even more crazy to think government may do something they don't tell citizens about.

Proof - Shia Lebouf was a traitor before Snowden was a traitor!  http://social.entertainment.msn.com/blogs/pop-spy-blogpost.aspx?post= 4 47975bb-2db0-46b9-9236-faa461e53395




Now argue against what he said, not what you made up, you dumb liar.
 
2013-09-29 02:16:32 PM
That is a web site I will not click on.  They are in the business of convincing stupid people that their paranoia is justified.   The kind of people who would incite a riot if they could get away with it.
 
2013-09-29 02:19:03 PM

rev. dave: That is a web site I will not click on.  They are in the business of convincing stupid people that their paranoia is justified.   The kind of people who would incite a riot if they could get away with it.


Hate to break it to you .. buuuuuuut....I think every news site fits that description ...
 
2013-09-29 02:57:04 PM

Cpl.D: Hillary actually did her job.  Find me one Republican contender for the presidency in 2016 who can say the same thing.

I'll be here, not holding my breath.


Chris Christie.
 
2013-09-29 03:00:02 PM
These two would probably do a better job than the evil clowns we're saddled with now.
 
2013-09-29 03:28:02 PM
I bet they both chew gum at funerals.
 
2013-09-29 03:35:17 PM
Stern is far too rich and lazy to actually run.

/They would still lose to Hillary. :)
 
2013-09-29 05:10:39 PM

CPT Ethanolic: This is no more laughable than Ted Cruz being a senator.


Would be totally laughable if Stern put Cruz on the Sibian.
 
2013-09-29 05:20:26 PM
Jesus, I'd vote for Hillary before a single person the GOP has to offer. Hell, dig up Nixon and reanimate HIM, and I'd vote for him over the GOP clown car.
 
2013-09-29 05:27:39 PM
Ventura's a gullible dimwit. I don't object to the concept of people believing in conspiracies, but I hate it when they buy into a whole package of the same old lame ones. It's a groupthink mentality that's just as bad as Ayn Rand or the Tea Party's toxic potluck dinner.
 
2013-09-29 06:05:26 PM
Except Cruz '16, wingnutmitter.
 
2013-09-29 06:30:40 PM
Um...no

I'm not crazy about Hillary, but I'll take her over either of those guys
 
2013-09-29 07:26:43 PM
Im in. Its just what this country needs to stir things up.
 
2013-09-29 07:44:42 PM
I stopped voting a few years ago, but for this I might consider doing it just to see what happens.
 
2013-09-29 07:49:33 PM

grumpfuff: TV's Vinnie: And what's so wrong about Hillary becoming President?

1. She's too old.
2. She's a woman.
3. She's a democrat.
4. She's a secret lesbian.
5. She's married to Bill Clinton, the worst president of all time cuz he got a blowjob(AND he's a DEMOCRAT!!!!)


At least he got one from someone of the opposite gender.
 
2013-09-29 09:16:54 PM

What in The: grumpfuff: TV's Vinnie: And what's so wrong about Hillary becoming President?

1. She's too old.
2. She's a woman.
3. She's a democrat.
4. She's a secret lesbian.
5. She's married to Bill Clinton, the worst president of all time cuz he got a blowjob(AND he's a DEMOCRAT!!!!)

At least he got one from someone of the opposite gender.


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2013-09-29 09:28:10 PM
Saying that "anything would be better" than any particular candidate is kind of like saying "What could possibly go wrong?" Something will happen to make you regret that statement.
 
2013-09-29 10:10:09 PM
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