Arnie has freinds in Congress trying to pass a Twenty Years law that says if you've been a citizen in the US for more than twenty years but not born here and haven't commited any acts that could be considered treason you can become President. I'm half and half on the idea, I could see where it's good and I can see where it's bad.
I'm just going to say my opinion: There is more than 1 reason why I dislike Bush. There are a lot of things he's done and a lot of things he SHOULD have done but didn't that give me the impression he is a very bad leader. Although techincaly the war was warranted since Saddam broke the laws of the Peace Treaty sanctioned by the UN that says UN weapons inspectors should be able to access all areas without question, France did not vote and thus US going into Iraq was technicaly illegal in the bounds of the UN. I believe that Bush should have continued to try and convince the UN first, he would have come out looking more like a leader instead of the kid who says he's going to take his toys and go home. Also, countrary to popular belief, we did find weapons. Parts of a dismanteled nuclear warhead were burried behind an Iraqi scientists home, who admited he was working on a working one. Also many of the areas searched contained not weapons of mass destruction but other illegal armaments. There were also scuff marks on the ground from pallets being shifted around. I still believe and will continue to believe anything Saddam had was moved. And also, he is out of power now, I believe we should stay until we get a new leader for the Iraqi people and tell him "Listen, fucker, you fuck up like Saddam did and we'll be back, now rebuild your country." and leave. But no. We put an American in charge and now they're upset with us. And he passed a lot of laws that I just did not approve of, such as a law that allows FBI and higher agents to look at your information and property without cause or warrant. Basicly, in short: No more privacy. I do not like him, I wish him out of power. BUT there are a lot of things Bush has done that I approve of, like the law that says after the first (or second, I can't remember) babies cannot be aborted. This is a good law, it lets people who were raped and people who didn't want a baby to abort it before it can feel. Up until that point, a fetus does not have a spinal cord and like any living thing without one (cells, bacteria, etc.) it cannnot feel pain. Otherwise, you have to have the baby. That is a good law, and there probably are a few others I didn't see. ALSO I'm going to be, like every year (only this year even better because I'm voting), checking out every canidate of the two major organizations and any of the smaller ones I think might have a fighting chance (but I severly doubt I will, but the other two will do just fine.) to see which is the better canidate. If the others suck compared to Bush well I'd put him back in. On another note: I happen to like the Democrats. They put a lot of emphisis economicly on small business and the working class whereas Republicans put more emphisis on large business and the wealthy.