Red Ice Membership

Proposal could make way for foreign-born presidents
2004 09 17

In 1986 Arnold Schwarzenegger married Maria Shriver and into the powerful Kennedy clan. (That's Maria doing a salute to the ol' Satan.)
WASHINGTON – Schwarzenegger for president in 2008?

No, he’s not eligible. Born in Austria, he’s barred by the Constitution. But that would change under an amendment introduced Wednesday by a fellow California Republican.

Rep. Dana Rohrabacher’s proposal would allow anyone who’s been a U.S. citizen for 20 years to run for the nation’s highest office. That would include Arnold Schwarzenegger – bodybuilder, movie star and now governor of California.

Schwarzenegger, who became a citizen in 1983, has said he supports amending the Constitution so foreign-born citizens can run for president. But he’s sidestepped questions about whether he might run, saying he’s focused on California.

Rohrabacher said in an interview that his real aim was to open up the presidential process.

“We’ve got some talented people who might be able to help our country and provide some much-needed leadership, and there’s no reason if they’ve been a citizen for over 20 years to exclude them,” he said.

Sen. Orrin Hatch, R-Utah, initiated similar legislation in the Senate.

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