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Appearing on Alex Jonesí nationally syndicated radio show today, the former governor of Minnesota and best selling author, Jesse Ventura, emphatically declared his support for Ron Paulís presidential run.
"Ron Paul has Governor Jesse Venturaís endorsement without a doubt," he said. "Itís not even close. Because I want a new president that is going to change the direction of this country. I want a new president that is going to follow the Constitution. I want a new president that is going to believe in statesí rights. I want somebody that will shock the status quo."
Jesse said Ron Paul is the only candidate that will put an end to the establishmentís wars and foreign adventures.
"Itís a simple as this," he said. "If people truly are looking for an attempt at change in this country -- changing who are and what we will be in the future -- then there is only one candidate, and that is congressman Ron Paul. Heís the only candidate that wants to audit the Federal ReserveÖ he is the only candidate that wants to talk rather than wage war, so I think this will truly be an agenda for the United States of America, an agenda to determine what we stand for. Do we stand for being the most aggressive, war-mongering country in the world who is all set to go to war with Iran, too, or are we going to be a country that stands for peace?"
Jesse said that there has not been a president since John F. Kennedy who worked for peace and opposed the endless war policies of the ruling elite. Ron Paul is the first candidate since Kennedy to oppose the perpetual war agenda, he explained.
He criticized the corporate media for its effort to portray Paulís foreign policy philosophy as "scary" and said the exact opposite it true -- the foreign policy of the establishment and its handpicked candidates is scary. "All we do is go to war -- one after another after another -- and Iím one of the people being a veteran who says stop it, thatís enough of this," Ventura said.
If America wants a change in direction, Jesse said, the only choice for president in 2012 is Ron Paul. "He is then only one who says we ought to talk before we shoot."
Ventura cited as an example the response of the United States to Iranís announcement that if may block the Strait of Hormuz if the United States and the EU impose a crippling embargo -- essentially an act of war -- on the country. The U.S. has vowed to respond if Iran blocks the strategic waterway.
He compared the latest actions of the U.S. to an earlier embargo -- the oil embargo imposed on Japan by the United States that ultimately resulted in the attack on Pearl Harbor and the start of the Second World War.