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reggie the dog Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Apr-13-11 04:25 PM
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147. when he was governor and the WWF wrestling came to minnesota
he not only was there but was written into the plotline and punked out vince mcmahon right to his face, vince whose wife linda ran in CT recently. I am just saying, what other governor would have gone to such a "white trash" event? not only was jesse there at such a working class sporting event, but he was part of the plotline, walked up, threatened vince the owner and told him "you aint the most powerful person here tonight vince, just try and prove otherwise" or something like that. the PEOPLE in the stadium were going crazy cheering for their governor. jesse won out of nowhere based on high voter turnout from people who usually do not vote. his base was the working class and he knew it. he would be great as president with someone like grayson or kucinich or sanders as vp, he has the charisma and the appeal to members of the working class and wants to save the american dream, i consider him to be on our side, he is just not a democrat.
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