Schwarzenegger Refusing To Campaign For Constitutional Change02 November 2004
Schwarzenegger Refusing To Campaign For Constitutional Change
California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger is refusing to campaign for the opportunity to run for presidency in America - despite his willingness to lead the nation.
Currently, the Constitution doesn't allow foreign-born citizens to run for presidency in the US, and the Austrian muscleman has expressed his support for an amendment.
But Schwarzenegger, who entered the realm of politics late last year (03), admits that while he'd revel in the chance to vie for presidency, he's not going to press for changes.
He says, "I won't campaign for it. It will become too political with me as part of it. I don't want it to be the Arnold Amendment."
Schwarzenegger is seen by some as the greatest boost for the campaign, as the Constitution has only been amended 27 times in America's history.02/11/2004 21:12
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