Ventura on ‘Larry King Live’ tonight

Will Jesse Ventura run as an independent in the Minnesota race for the U.S. Senate? Guess we’ll find out tonight, when he appears on “Larry King Live.” Thanks to Lew Rockwell for this posting in which he says:

The Minnesota Senate race this year was a Weekly Standard dream: Republican neocon incumbent Norm Coleman vs. Democratic neocon challenger Al Franken. The war party couldn’t lose. But now ex-governor and ex-wrester Jesse Ventura may run as an independent. We’ll find out Monday night on the Larry King show.

Also, here is the “Jesse Ventura for Senate” facebook page.

3 Responses to “Ventura on ‘Larry King Live’ tonight”

  1. Richard Winger Says:

    Jesse Ventura is not considering running as an independent candidate. He is considering seeking the nomination of the Independence Party of Minnesota, a ballot-qualified party with its own primary in September. I realize this is Lew Rockwell’s error, not the error of ThirdPartyWatch.

  2. Mike Says:

    Ventura for Senate 08! We need people like Jesse in the legislative branch.

  3. Mike Says:

    Well, looks like we will be starting the revolution without Jesse.

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