(PRWEB) March 10, 2005
Although many polls suggest that Arnold Schwarzenegger would be a viable candidate for the U.S. Presidency in 2008, there is one small hitch: The U.S. Constitution. At the present time, only a natural born American citizen can run for the highest office in the land. However, there is also a simple solution. In order to eliminate this roadblock to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue it is not necessary to amend the Constitution to allow all foreign-born U.S. citizens to seek the Presidency.
Instead, why not allow all U.S. Governors the right to run for President? After all, if you are qualified to govern an individual state, why shouldn't you be qualified to govern all 50 states? Does Arnold Schwarzenegger, a duly elected U.S. Governor of the most populated state in America really need more than that to qualify as a Presidential candidate?
Further information or interviews please contact: Les Fox / Campaign Manager / National Committee To Elect Arnold Schwarzenegger President. (Tel. 201-891-7170.) The committee is currently seeking a Chairman (or woman) with strong financial backing to head up this important movement.