Venture Capitalist Ventures To Run For President

Venture Capitalist Ventures To Run For President

By Bob Small

Another 2024 presidential candidate is Ohio venture capitalist Vivek Ramaswamy.

In  many polls he is now listed third, tied with Mike Pence.

Vivek has the same political experience as Donald Trump had when he ran. Others seeking to be the first  Asian-American President (though Britain has it’s first Asian-British Prime Minister, Rishi Sunak), are Tulsi Gabbard, Nikki Haley, and Andrew Yang.

The 37-year- old is married to Apoorva. They have two sons.  She is a throat surgeon at Ohio State Wexner Medical Center. His political positions, including civic duty voting and Independence from Communist China can be found here.

He’s considering Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. as his running mate.  This strict vegetarian –as befits his Hinduism — plans to eliminate the Department of Education on “day 1”, although this would probably be challenged on day 2.

The Politico article (see above) quoted Bib Meisterling a Cedar Rapids voter as saying 

Venture Capitalist Ventures To Run For President

“America first without the Chaos”

He would not sign a Federal Abortion Ban”, according to

Then there’s the LinkedIn controversy;

Vivek was censored by LinkedIn for alleged misinformation and hate speech with the Linked-in citing as an example his statement “The CCP is playing the Biden administration like a Chinese mandolin”.  

Another controversial quote was that Target was “spitting in the face of customers.” it’s PRIDE collection, included  “tuck-friendly” women’s swimwear,  with extra fabric in the crotch area, allowing pre-op Transexuals to conceal their private parts.

Among the points outlined by The Christian Post is his statement that “If you can’t fire someone for being black, gay, or Muslim, you shouldn’t be able to fire someone for his political speech”.

Onward to 2024!

Venture Capitalist Ventures To Run For President

2 thoughts on “Venture Capitalist Ventures To Run For President”

  1. It’s too early for me to form a hard opinion on Vivek Ramaswamy, but I am going to the live town hall event in Norristown on June 20th to see him in person and get a better feel. Can’t argue with his positions on the issues and what he says is what I like to hear. Is that enough to become president at 37 y/o even with his business successes? I don’t know, but that’s going to be a hard sell given the trouble our country is in. That said, I’m glad he’s in the race. We need fresh, outstanding, smart people to challenge the horrible status quo, and he is those things.

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