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Jesse Ventura “falls to pieces” when Fidel Castro “looks into his eyes.”

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"Fidel Castro looked into my eyes and told me I was a man of great courage....Maybe he (Castro) saw a little of him in me.” >(Jesse Ventura)

“What has (Fidel Castro) done that’s inhumane? They have the highest health care of any Latin American country....Castro never lied to me. My government has.” Jesse Ventura

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4 comments to Jesse Ventura “falls to pieces” when Fidel Castro “looks into his eyes.”

  • asombra

    To my mind, Ventura and Franken did for Minnesota what Ted Kennedy did for Massachusetts: I cannot respect either state.

  • […] Fontova, one of the wonderful gifts that Castroite oppression gave these United States, collects some dreamy Ventura quotes about Fidel Castro and his Cuba. Essence: better than the USG, says the rassler. Lord love a duck, this guy had a […]

  • George Moneo

    What do you expect from the scumbag who sued Chris Kyle's widow.

  • asombra

    Ventura has gotten WAY too much "validation," like far too many people who should never have been taken seriously (the obnoxious Al Franken is an obvious example). This is not the fault of such people, who simply take what they can get and run with it, entirely predictably. This is the fault of a debased, not to say degenerate, society and of corrupt institutions that not only condone such lunacy but actively enable, protect and encourage it. Welcome to "progress."