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#61
hey do you guys ever think that we could’ve had jesse ventura as president during one of the worst crisis’s in US history with the right circumstances???

Bill Clinton (Democratic) 1993-1999
Al Gore (Democratic) 1999-2001

1992 Def. (with Al Gore) George Bush (Republican) Ross Perot (Independent)
1996 Def. (with Al Gore) Bob Dole (Republican) Ross Perot (Reform)
Jesse Ventura (Reform [with Libertarian support) 2001-2005
Def. (with Angus King) John Ashcroft (Republican) Jesse Jackson (Democratic)

MAJOR CHANGES:
-1994: Wanting to build a movement, Ross Perot actually uses his money to support some Reform-aligned parties in states like Minnesota, Alaska, Maine, Hawaii, and New York, this leads to a few house seats (and Hawaii’s gubernatorial mansion) going the way of Perot allies and Perot’s movement of sorts being seen as more legitimate than OTL
-1993-1994: Bill Clinton makes an off-the-books payment to Kathleen Willey. Why? Fuck if I know it’s Bill Clinton.
-1996: Perot’s Reform party gets like 13% of the vote this time, maybe more and a few more congressional seats.
1998-1999: During the impeachment of Slick Willy, his payment to Willey is discovered and he resigns in like March 1999 because coverups are bad. This leads to many “moral” Democrats joining the Reform party, along with cooks like Bradley, Gravel, and Brown.
2000: With Jesse Jackson winning the Democratic nomination and John Ashcroft winning the Republicans, both Democratic moderates and Republican Paleoconservatives fall behind Minnesota governor Jesse Ventura’s campaign. The government’s drop in trust helps push the governor to the presidency.


2001: THE INAUGURATION OF JESSE VENTURA... everything gets worse from here
 
#64
Ideological Splits:

Economic:
Communism-----------------------------Center---------------------------------------Free Market Capitalism

CPUSA Socialist Bund Share Our Wealth Prohibition Social Justice Dixiecrats Republicans

Social:

Left--------------------------------------------Center------------------------------------------Right
CPSUA Socialist Prohibition Share Our Wealth Social Justice Republicans Dixiecrats Bund


Foreign Policy

Isolationist-----------------------------------Center--------------------------------------Interventionist
Bund Social Justice Republican Share Our Wealth Socialist Dixiecrats CPUSA Prohibition
 

CaliGuy

Active member
#68
hey do you guys ever think that we could’ve had jesse ventura as president during one of the worst crisis’s in US history with the right circumstances???

Bill Clinton (Democratic) 1993-1999
Al Gore (Democratic) 1999-2001

1992 Def. (with Al Gore) George Bush (Republican) Ross Perot (Independent)
1996 Def. (with Al Gore) Bob Dole (Republican) Ross Perot (Reform)
Jesse Ventura (Reform [with Libertarian support) 2001-2005
Def. (with Angus King) John Ashcroft (Republican) Jesse Jackson (Democratic)

MAJOR CHANGES:
-1994: Wanting to build a movement, Ross Perot actually uses his money to support some Reform-aligned parties in states like Minnesota, Alaska, Maine, Hawaii, and New York, this leads to a few house seats (and Hawaii’s gubernatorial mansion) going the way of Perot allies and Perot’s movement of sorts being seen as more legitimate than OTL
-1993-1994: Bill Clinton makes an off-the-books payment to Kathleen Willey. Why? Fuck if I know it’s Bill Clinton.
-1996: Perot’s Reform party gets like 13% of the vote this time, maybe more and a few more congressional seats.
1998-1999: During the impeachment of Slick Willy, his payment to Willey is discovered and he resigns in like March 1999 because coverups are bad. This leads to many “moral” Democrats joining the Reform party, along with cooks like Bradley, Gravel, and Brown.
2000: With Jesse Jackson winning the Democratic nomination and John Ashcroft winning the Republicans, both Democratic moderates and Republican Paleoconservatives fall behind Minnesota governor Jesse Ventura’s campaign. The government’s drop in trust helps push the governor to the presidency.


2001: THE INAUGURATION OF JESSE VENTURA... everything gets worse from here
Why would Al Gore lose the 2000 Democratic nomination to Jesse Jackson when he himself wasn't personally involved in the Lewinsky scandal? Even then, I would think that there would be some more moderate candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination that year. Even Bill Bradley.
 
#70
I saw it, and it was super awesome

Bring it back
i have reasons trust me
Why would Al Gore lose the 2000 Democratic nomination to Jesse Jackson when he himself wasn't personally involved in the Lewinsky scandal? Even then, I would think that there would be some more moderate candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination that year. Even Bill Bradley.
hehe ventura voters go brrrrrrr
What's the popular vote?
trump: 46%
clinton: 48%