Later as governor, he came to support a unicameral (one-house) legislature, light rail public transport, property tax reform, gay rights, and abortion rights. While funding public school education generously, he opposed the teachers' union, and did not have a high regard for the public funding of higher-education institutions. Additionally, Ventura supported the use of medicinal marijuana, advocated a higher role for third parties in national politics, and favored the concept of instant-runoff voting.
uh...mostly i'm a fan of that. i don't agree with the stance on higher education but pretty much that is spot on to me. i am not really fiscally conservative; i'm pretty much in favor of huge taxes against property, but as far as ethical stances go? none too shabby. oh, & the saturday night live episode from last week was pretty fucking awesome. so how about that, bitches? p.s. in forty minutes it is going to be my birthday.