No. Then again I also know that Islamists have different sets of morals and values that an athiest like Jesse Ventura would have.
I feel that the Muslims are trying to enforce Sharia Law.
I have also heard about how the Muslims wanting to mix the religions into being Chrislam. That that would be their way of creating a one world order - by also having a one world religion - as a means to end all wars and create world peace. But it will be a fake peace, and Christians will win.
Jesse Ventura wants to expose stuff like this. So asking me if I would vote for him if he were a muslim - would be like asking me if I would still eat a pizza if you subtracted all the cheese, sauce, and dough from it, and added macaroni and cheese - if I would still eat the pizza then - then no. Because it wouldn't be the same thing that it is.
I would prefer a Christian above all other religious beliefs. But I would choose an athiest over Jesse Ventura. I still see athiests as easier to win over to Christianity. Muslims seem too set in their own beliefs and have more of a vengeance towards Christians. Athiests are kinda neutral.
And while it is better to be wrong than to be lukewarm - I would rather be wrong than lukewarm in my decision.
The only convincing thing I heard in this thread so far (still need to catch up though) was about going into office with a huge budget surplus, and leaving office with a budget deficit. While it would be worth noting that Bush Jr. was in his first term as President for the last 2 year's of Governor Ventura's term as Governor. Then again, why did Gary Johnson have that in reverse - leaving his office after a second term the same year Ventura left his first and only term.