Just what we need….another Republican Movie Star in the White House.
The good news is that 2/3 of the Senate and 2/3 of the House can’t agree on anything, so as long as the Courts don’t do anything crazy, we are safe.
And I still think Hillary can take him down anyway…..
From Page Six at the New York Post:
Action star and former California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger has been lobbying for support to change the law to allow him to run for president in 2016, Page Six has exclusively learned.
We’re told Ahnold has been openly talking about his political ambitions while in New York to promote his new movie with Sylvester Stallone, “Escape Plan.”
One source said: “Schwarzenegger has been talking openly about working on getting the constitutional rules changed so he can run for president in 2016. He is ready to file legal paperwork to challenge the rules.”
Arnie was born in Austria, and the US Constitution prevents foreign-born citizens from holding the nation’s top job. Any amendment to the Constitution must be approved by two-thirds majority in the House and the Senate.
More: Arnold lobbies for White House run | Page Six.
Run, Hillary, Run!
This would be so very wonderful…..
And I’m glad to see she is finally get the respect and appreciation she deserves….
From the HuffingtonPost.com:
A decision by Hillary Clinton to run for president in 2016 would be welcomed by most Americans, according to a Washington Post/ABC poll released Wednesday.
As she prepares to step down as secretary of state, Clinton has a lifetime high favorability rating of 66 percent, according to the Post/ABC poll, with less than a third of respondents holding unfavorable views. Two-thirds of Americans approve of her job performance in the Obama administration.
That goodwill translates into broad support for Clinton to make a second run at the presidency in four years, with 57 percent supporting her candidacy.
The demographics of her support provide a sense of what could be a key constituency for a Clinton campaign: women, especially those who are younger or middle-aged. Two-thirds of women, including 75 percent of those under age 50, say they would like to see her run. Among men, her candidacy is supported by a narrower 49 percent
via Hillary Clinton Hits Record Favorability, Poll Shows Wide Support For 2016 Candidacy.