Kurt Nimmo
January 18, 2011

Arnold Schwarzenegger is bummed out. He is addicted to power but California term limits have removed him from office.

Back in the day, Arnie admitted that he admired Hitler, never mind the millions killed and the countless number that disappeared in the concentration camps. He liked to click his heels and salute like a Nazi officer and play Nazi marching songs.

It didn’t bother Schwarzenegger that his popularity plummeted lower than that of Gray Davis, the man he replaced after a recall election. It was just a “snapshot,” the former governor told an Austrian newspaper dismissively. It apparently did not bother him that the people of California wanted to get rid of him.

He also lamented the fact he cannot run for president because he wasn’t born in America.

A few years ago he backed an amendment proposed by Rep. Dana Rohrabacher that would allow anybody to become president, even closet Nazis.

Thankfully Rohrabacher’s proposal went nowhere.

Schwarzenegger said he will probably go back into the movie business. Maybe he can star in a film where he plays the president. Or an SS officer.

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