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DemoCRIPS and ReBLOODlicans – No More Gangs in Government , Jesse Ventura’s latest controverial book


DemoCRIPS and ReBLOODlicans
No More Gangs in Government
By Jesse Ventura with Dick Russell

“It shall be unlawful for any national bank, or any corporation organized by the authority of any laws of Congress, to make a money contribution in connection with any election to any political office.” —Teddy Roosevelt, The Tillman Act, 1907

“[Political parties]…become potent engines, by which cunning, ambitious, and unprincipled men will be enabled to subvert the power of the people and to usurp for themselves the reins of government.” —George Washington, 1796

It doesn’t seem to matter which political party wins the 2012 presidential candidacy: “The welfare of the American people is the third priority to any president,” states Governor Jesse Ventura. “First there’s the promises to the corporations which paid millions of dollars to fund his campaign, next his allegiance to his political party, third on the list is what would be best for the nation.”

In his new book, DemoCRIPS and ReBLOODlicans: No More Gangs in Government, New York Times bestselling author and former Minnesota governor Jesse Ventura exposes how the two major parties have allowed corporations, lobbyists, wealthy individuals, and Super PACs to manipulate elections, bribe elected officials, and silence the average American voter. Through analyzing historical documents such as the Bill of Rights, the Constitution, and letters of forewarning from the Founding Fathers, Ventura uncovers the development of the two-party system and unravels the ineptitude and gang-like mentality of both parties to reveal:

Government Salaries, Healthcare, & Retirement Benefits: “The average representative makes $174K a year, while the average American household makes $50K. In 2009, 261 of the 535 members of Congress were millionaires. In short, our federal lawmakers are nine times richer than the average American. They vote on their own raises, healthcare, and pension plans, and we are left with the bill. If government-run healthcare is good enough for Congress, it should be good enough for the rest of us.”

The Postal Service: “At age 236, the U.S. Postal Service is older than the Constitution. Congress used this financially sound institution as a slush fund by borrowing the retirement and Social Security benefits of the employees. Couple that with the Postal Accountability Enhancement Act and it’s obvious that UPS and FedEX have nothing to do with USPS branches closing around the country.”

Iraq & Afghanistan: Our First Contract Wars: “The government hired corporations to do the jobs of our troops. Pay scale ranged as high as $1,500 a day for contract workers, far beyond what our troops will ever be paid for serving our country. Now the government runs its wars without the involvement of citizens, without a draft, without mass protests. The Pentagon itself acknowledged that $8.2 billion of taxpayer money flowed through contracts into Iraq, but there wasn’t enough recordkeeping or oversight to determine what this money actually funded.”

Insider Trading in Congress: “On average, members of Congress beat the market by 12% a year. This is way beyond luck or just being smart. Not even Warren Buffett does that well. No wonder they gave Goldman Sachs a $30 billion taxpayer-funded loan at .01% interest. In return, our interest rates for late credit card payments rose over 25%. When it comes to campaign funding, Goldman has contributed over $400K to ‘Twitt’ Romney, Representative of the 1%.”

The Rigging of Electronic Voting Machines: “The corporations that invent electronic voting machines are legally allowed to commit voter fraud. The ES&S touch screen voting system flipped votes in 2010 against Governor Rick Perry. ES&S denied any unbiased, independent verification from outside of the corporation to recount the votes, stating they can withhold the votes due to copyright and material ownership of technology. Our votes no longer belong to us; they are the property of the corporations. The only way to counteract voting fraud is to go back to a system where there is a paper trail.”

Super PACs, Religion, & Lobbyists: “The Tea Party is funded by Koch Industries, or Big Oil. The Koch brothers gave over $55 million in bribes to scientists to say global warming is a hoax. They are a vast political network, sponsoring Christian conservative rallies and funding political ad campaigns nationwide. They are instrumental in busting unions and they pushed for the Citizens United/ ‘corporations are people’ law.”

The Media: “Otherwise known as slaves to their advertisers, the media cares more about ratings than covering the important issues. They have no incentive to report reliable, unbiased news when their corporate sponsors advocate the idea that there are only two sides to politics.”

Much like the Occupy Wall Street movement, governor Ventura believes that our government has lost touch with what our Founding Fathers had in mind: “They wanted us to vote for individuals and what each individual stood for, not the political agenda of a particular group.” He now calls for the abolishment of the party system. “It is my hope that this book is a step toward winning back our country,” he says. “I can’t be an advocate for third party politics anymore because parties don’t run on ideas, they run on funding from sources interested in only amassing more power.” As the 2012 election season approaches, DemoCRIPS and ReBLOODlicans will most certainly be a cornerstone for reforming our electoral system.

About the Author
JESSE VENTURA is the former Independent governor of Minnesota. He is also a former U.S. Navy SEAL, professional wrestler, movie actor, a visiting fellow at Harvard Kennedy School of Government, and a New York Times bestselling author. He is currently the host and executive producer of TruTV’s Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Ventura. He has a reputation as the ultimate non-partisan truth-seeker and he has no qualms about questioning authority. His official website is: http://weaintgottimetobleed.com/



  1. Leslie Davis

    June 2, 2012

    For Your Information

    Today, Leslie Davis, environmental and financial activist, and founder and president of the Earth Protectors (www.EarthProtector.org) filed a complaint and 19 Exhibits with the Minnesota Attorney General alleging that James George Janos, a.k.a. Jesse Ventura (Ventura) committed fraud against the people of Minnesota by lying about being a United States Navy SEAL so they would vote for him as Governor in 1998.

    Davis wants Attorney General Swanson to prosecute Ventura and get back the money he was paid for salary and expenses while fraudulently serving as Governor.

    In addition, Davis wants the media to know that Ventura is not a friend of the Occupy groups. On December 20, 1998, as Governor-elect he supported the raid, arrest, and torture of innocent people trying to protect seven houses from demolition for a road and rail that he supported. Ventura supports torture when it suits him and complains when other do it.

    Complaint to Minnesota Attorney General is attached.


    Leslie Davis
    Earth Protector®
    P.O. Box 11688
    Minneapolis, MN 55411

    May 31, 2012

    Minnesota Attorney General Lori Swanson
    102 State Capitol Building
    St. Paul, MN 55155

    Re: Fraud complaint against James George Janos, a.k.a. Jesse Ventura

    Dear Attorney General Swanson:

    We hereby request that you prosecute James George Janos, a.k.a. Jesse Ventura (Ventura) for committing fraud by lying about being a United States Navy SEAL in order to deceive the public and win the Governorship of Minnesota with less than 57,000 votes out of more than two million.

    Ventura should be required to return all the money he was paid by the State of Minnesota for salary and expenses while fraudulently serving as Governor.

    Fraud definition from Dictionary.com
    1. Deceit, trickery, breach of confidence, perpetrated for profit
    or to gain some unfair or dishonest advantage.
    2. A particular instance of such deceit or trickery: election fraud.
    3. Any deception, trickery, or humbug.
    4. A person who makes deceitful pretenses; sham; poseur.

    The statute of limitations does not apply in this case because Ventura’s fraudulent claims of being a Navy SEAL have been continuous since at least 1998. In a recent comment on his Facebook page Ventura refers to SEAL sniper Chris Kyle as “a fellow Navy SEAL”.
    Ventura was not a SEAL so Mr. Kyle could not have been “a fellow Navy SEAL.”
    Exhibit 14

    Ventura stole the valor and reputation of the SEALS and made it the centerpiece of his 1998 campaign in order to enhance his image so people would vote for him (Exhibit 7). He talked about his SEAL experience before, during and after his term in office and he still claims to have been a Navy SEAL. As Governor his Communications Director John Wodele said he was not a SEAL (Exhibit 13).
    Exhibits 1-19 and assorted SEAL quotes

    People had an embedded image of Ventura as a Navy SEAL and they took for granted that he was a trained, obedient, disciplined, dedicated Navy SEAL who served in Vietnam and he would serve well as an uncorrupted Governor.

    The fact of the matter is that Ventura was never a Navy SEAL, never served in Vietnam, and is alleged to have served time in the Navy brig (jail) for misbehaving.

    Retired Navy SEAL Commander Bill Salisbury challenged Ventura’s SEAL credentials in a San Diego Reader article.
    Exhibit 12

    In the book “Always Cheat”, Navy SEAL Commander Salisbury said,
    “To earn the right to call himself a “SEAL” a man had to serve in a SEAL rather than [in] an Underwater Demolition Team for at least six months and be recommended for the SEAL classification 5326 by his commanding officer. Such classification would appear on the man’s DD214 discharge certificate. The 5326 designation does not appear on Ventura’s DD214 only the 5321/22 designation for Underwater Demolition. Ventura was not even ‘technically’ a SEAL, even though he served a very short time with a reserve UDT/SEAL unit. He was never awarded the 5326 classification.”
    Exhibit 17

    For many years, reporter Brian Bakst and the Associated Press, aided Ventura’s fraud by reporting lies to their paid subscribers and to the public. A significant lie was reported on November 4, 2011, when reporting on Ventura’s dismissed lawsuit against the TSA. The Associated Press said, “The former navy SEAL said he had lost his patriotism.” Bakst and the Associated Press knew Ventura was not a SEAL and they deliberately lied about it for this article.
    Exhibit 16

    Earth Protector® joint complainant

    Earth Protector is a joint complainant in this matter. Earth Protector was formed in 1983 to protect the environment and the economy. Ventura, by his lies, gained office and violated and denigrated the environment when he:
    1. Killed caged birds at a game farm in Hugo, Minnesota, with Charlie Weaver and Maria Shriver.
    2. Appointed Karen Studders, a gas company executive, and pollution rubber stamper, as Commissioner of the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency.
    3. Discontinued the auto emission testing program thereby increasing air pollution in the Twin Cities.
    4. As Governor-elect, Ventura supported the raid, torture, and arrest, of peaceful protesters at the Highway 55 Occupation on December 20, 1998.
    Exhibit 14

    The citizens of Minnesota appreciate your actions on this matter.

    Respectfully submitted,

    Leslie Davis

    Attached: Exhibits 1-19
    Ventura quotes on being a SEAL

    Exhibits – chronological order before the 1998 election for Governor.

    1. January 27, 1998 – Star Tribune – Career: Broadcaster and actor since 1986 (including roles in movies “Batman and Robin” and “The Predator”); mayor of Brooklyn Park, 1991-1995; professional wrestler, 1975-86; Navy Seal, Vietnam veteran.
    2. January 27, 1998 – St. Paul Pioneer Press – “Born and raised in Minneapolis, Ventura was a Navy Seal for six years and is a Vietnam War veteran.”
    3. June 7, 1998 – Star Tribune – “We’re gonna lay in the weeds like good Navy SEALS [which Ventura once was], and when there are two other candidates left standing, we’re gonna swoop in. We can win in Minnesota!”
    4. August 25, 1998 – Star Tribune – “Ventura has long made his service in the SEALs a centerpiece of his public image: He regularly wears shirts emblazoned with a SEALs logo, and the license plates on his Porsche Carrera read UDTSEAL.”
    5. September 6, 1998 – Star Tribune – …Tim Hermann, Champlin Park’s head coach, turned his team over to the man who has been a SEAL…”
    6. September 7, 1998 – Star Tribune – “Jesse Ventura, Reform Party candidate for governor and a former navy SEAL, responding to a citizen’s question at the State Fair.”
    7. September 16, 1998 – Star Tribune – Why Heu voted for Ventura. “He’s a farmer, and so were the Hmong people,” said Heu, 32. He’s a Navy SEAL…”
    8. September 19, 1998 – Star Tribune – “I’m the only veteran, so I figured I’d dress as a vet,” said the former Navy SEAL.”
    9. October 28, 1998 – St. Paul Pioneer Press – “He talks about his four years in the SEALs…” “He portrays his life as the American dream come true. A poor kid who took the refuse-to-quit attitude he learned in the SEALs and became a success at everything he’s tried to far.”
    10. October 31, 1998 – New York Times – “I’m a warrior at heart. I’m an ex-Navy Seal, said Mr. Ventura, who is clearly enjoying his campaign.”

    Exhibits – chronological order after Ventura won the election.

    11. November 6, 1998 – St. Paul Pioneer Press – …”the biographers have traced the 47-year-old folk hero’s life from his beginnings in South Minneapolis to stints as a navy SEAL…”
    12. December 2, 1999 – San Diego Reader – “Jesse “The Great Pretender” Ventura”
    13. December 14, 1999 – Minnesota Public Radio – “Ventura’s spokesman, John Wodele, confirms Ventura was in the UDT’s, and he says the Governor has never tried to convince people otherwise.” See Ventura SEAL quotes attached.
    14. December 23, 1998 – Star Tribune – As Governor-elect Ventura supported the raid and torture of peaceful protesters at the famed Highway 55 Occupation.
    15. February 1, 2010 – Dick Russell – “Former Minnesota governor, navy SEAL…”
    16. November 4, 2011 – Associated Press lie.
    17. January 2012 – Facebook – “why “a fellow Navy Seal” would tell a lie about an event that never happened.”
    18. Encyclopedia Britannica – “Ventura joined the U.S. Navy after high school, becoming a SEAL (sea, air, land) commando and serving in the Vietnam War before returning to Minnesota in 1973.”
    19. Always Cheat, The Philosophy of Jesse Ventura pages 100-101.

    Ventura quotes on being a SEAL

    “I’m a warrior at heart. I’m an ex-Navy SEAL.”
    The New York Times, October 31, 1998

    High Times: Was your wrestling career fun?
    Ventura: It was exciting. And for me, an ex-Navy Seal, it was fun.
    High Times, November 1998

    “And Mr. [Hulk] Hogan, I mean he wants to be me, anyway. He always—you know, he pretends to be a Navy SEAL; I was one.”
    Meet the Press, November 8, 1998

    “You know I come from a little bit of a military background earlier in my life and we were always taught in the Navy SEAL team never to assume.”
    CNN Inside Politics, November 12, 1998

    Ventura: I’ve been a Navy SEAL.
    Maria Shriver: But, a Navy SEAL makes you ready to be Governor?
    Ventura: Uh-huh. Yeah. Sure it does.
    Maria Shriver: Where did you come up with that?
    Ventura: It’s easy—because I defy—because I worked with things in being a Navy SEAL that could kill me.
    NBC Dateline, December 22, 1998

    “I’m the top law enforcement officer in the state of Minnesota. I’m also the commander-in-chief of the National Guard. I’m an ex-Navy SEAL team member.”
    Meet the Press, February, 21, 1999

    “Now as a Navy SEAL, I thought “How did they know that about me – how dangerous we truly can be?” We have a saying in the SEALs: we don’t’ get mad, we get even.”
    National Press Club Speech, February 22, 1999

    “I’m the head of the state troopers, and the commander-in-chief of the National Guard. I’m also a former Navy SEAL.”
    CNN Late Edition, February 23, 1999

    Tim Russert: Both your brother—your older brother and yourself [were] Navy SEALs?
    Ventura: Mm-hmm, yeah.
    Tim Russert: You almost died twice, once as a Navy SEAL and once as a wrestler, with blood clots in your lungs.
    Ventura: Well, I almost died more than that a couple times as a SEAL. That’s only what I told about in the book.
    Tim Russert Show, May 22, 1999

    “Last spring I rappelled down from the top of the Target Center before a Timberwolves game. But, you know, I am an ex-Navy SEAL and I was trained for you know, a full year and was very comfortable in that type of rappelling-type thing.”
    Larry King Live, May 24, 1999

    Larry King: You were a Navy SEAL?
    Ventura: Yes.
    Larry King: What was that like?
    Ventura: Exciting. I did it at 18 years old to 22, 22 and a half. It was challenging. I would belong to no other unit. The camaraderie is unbelievable.
    Larry King Live, June 3, 1999

    “You’re talking to an ex-Navy Seal here.”
    Playboy, November, 1999

    “I was in the SEALs during the Vietnam War, so I experienced firsthand how we, as Americans, were affected by that conflict.”
    Rolling Stone, December 30, 1999


  2. to those PARTY-BOTS out there similar to the scientology scibot known as vaLLarr on the youtube video “The Unfunny Truth about Scientology” with over 2 million views, Jesse Ventura today is LEGALLY a former navy seal. in his time it was called a “FROGMAN” but that later MERGED and just became a different part of the S.E.A.L. program. at ‘mopar at thunder mountain’ at bandimere speedway in colorado or other “mopar day” events at other drag strips you see AMC Javelins AMXs which were built by American Motors not the Chrysler Corporation. but Chrysler bought out AMC and they are now MOPARs like the General Lee, Plymouth Roadrunner and Dodge Super Bee and now that Fiat bought Chrysler Corp you can have Ferarris at “Mopar at Thunder Mountain”. So STFU about this personal CLERICAL exception of yours. your elephants and donkeys are sawing away at the tree known as ‘AMERICAN FREEDOM’ by see-sawing who controls the legislature and they will keep doing so til either the people boot them out by voting indepents in from city to national level or you die in fema camps.


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