Thursday, 18 January 2007

President Schwarzenegger - you are a funny guy Mahmoud, that's why I'm going to invade you last.


President Schwarzenegger -- how does that sound?
To Californians it sounds good, however - Article II of the United States Constitution which reads, "No person except a natural-born citizen . . . shall be eligible to the Office of President.''

The editors of The Los Angeles Times say: "Why should Californians have their governor sidelined from the race? And why can't voters across the country be entrusted to decide for themselves whether the governor of California is sufficiently 'American' to earn their vote? It's insulting really.''

The majority of California Republicans disapprove of Mr. Bush, but they love Arnold. Even Democrats think he is doing a good job as governor. Arnold's popularity could see an amendment to the constitution and another actor in the hot seat.

1 comment:

Lucyp said...

If they are going to change the rule that means you have to be an American citizen to run for the big job, Tony Blair may be leaving here and going there at just the right time. He is certainly more popular there.