• I'm English and I wish we had more politicians like him over here, I think he does a great job. :-)
  • I think he was great in that Christmas movie where he had to get the toy for his kid..gotta love that one...i can't wait until christmas...O sorry I don't know
  • AHH come back to the movies Schwarzenn!
  • Whoo, go Arnie! Yeah...I like him plenty.
  • i am sorry i just puked on your shoes.
  • He's a great actor :o)
  • I think he is nice to look at. ;)
  • Kinda reminds me of Ronald Reagon, a decent actor but a mediocre public figure.
  • A mediocre actor who obviously lacks experience as a politician, with delusions of grandeur.
  • a very successful gay model.
  • A lot of people stereotype him as muscle-brained simply because he was a bodybuilder but he has done good things for California and he is far from being stupid.
  • What can I say, I voted for him. Any break from the usual politically-entrenched candidates. But he's starting to act more and more like a politician.
  • I am embarrassed by him.
  • He's one of my favorite actors but I feel that he should stay out of politics though. I haven't heard too many bad things about the way he's running the biggest state in the contiguous 48 so I guess he's doing par for the course.
  • He is as good as a governor as he was an actor,all flash and no substance.He sucks at both.
  • ITS TIME TO ACT AGAIN Operation Wetback In 1949 the Border Patrol seized nearly 280,000 illegal immigrants. By 1953, the numbers had grown to more than 865,000, and the U.S. government felt pressured to do something about the onslaught of immigration. What resulted was Operation Wetback, devised in 1954 under the supervision of new commissioner of the Immigration and Nationalization Service, Gen. Joseph Swing. Swing oversaw the Border patrol, and organized state and local officials along with the police. The object of his intense border enforcement were "illegal aliens," but common practice of Operation Wetback focused on Mexicans in general. The police swarmed through Mexican American barrios throughout the southeastern states. Some Mexicans, fearful of the potential violence of this militarization, fled back south across the border. In 1954, the agents discovered over 1 million illegal immigrants. In some cases, illegal immigrants were deported along with their American-born children, who were by law U.S. citizens. The agents used a wide brush in their criteria for interrogating potential aliens. They adopted the practice of stopping "Mexican-looking" citizens on the street and asking for identification. This practice incited and angered many U.S. citizens who were of Mexican American descent. Opponents in both the United States and Mexico complained of "police-state" methods, and Operation Wetback was abandoned.
  • I am not fond of him. I saw the documentary "Pumping Iron" about the 1975 Mr. Olympia physique contest. Arnold won every time 1970-1975 and returned not in his best condition to win again in 1980. He played "mind games" with other contestants who were his main competitors. Some other men copied him. They just seemed to be spoiled children. I think he did not deserve all those wins. In 1970, Sergio Oliva had a fantastic physique that should have won over Arnold Schwarzenegger, and in 1980, he was well below his best, so Mike Mentzer should have beaten him. He was lucky to come to the USA from Austria with little money and become a millionaire and marry into a prominent family. He was stupid to have a child by an ugly servant while he was married to a beautiful and high class woman. I have not followed his political career, but he says rather extreme things lately I hear. I do not think he is a good actor. Overall, I have little regard for him.
  • i have no idea since i dont know him
  • Glad he is no longer Governor of Cali. Now if we can just get rid of Jerry Brown. When he was Gov, he passed a few work comp laws that I wasn't crazy about.

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