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Ventura wants Hugo Chavez movie mandatory viewing for high-school students

Former Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura and Florida Rep. Connie Mack appeared on “Larry King Live,” where they debated a recent Oliver Stone film on Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez. In the film, Chavez shares his disappointment of President Obama and blames his country’s worsening recession on the economic politics of the US.

While Ventura says the film should be mandatory viewing for every high-school senior in the U.S., Rep. Mack strongly disagrees. Plus, Ventura shares his frustration and distrust of the mainstream media.

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  1. Submitted by James Hamilton on 06/16/2010 - 07:49 pm.

    Your link’s not working.

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