Arnold Schwarzenegger's first 10 months as California Governor has so impressed America's entrepreneurs, they're backing a run for president.
The Austrian-born movie star can't officially become president because he wasn't born in America, but a group of young business tycoons are hoping to change laws and push for Arnie to run for the White House in 2008.
The founders of the group, OPERATION ARNOLD, plan to amend the US Constitution to allow foreign-born nationals who have held American citizenship for more than 20 years to run for president.
Co-founder MARSHALL MILLER says, "Not only do I believe in Arnold's policies, but I see the country hasn't been this divided since the Civil War... Arnold stands for moderate."04/10/2004 08:53