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April 22, 2004

Life Imitates Art

— Posted by John Campea

In the movie Demolition Man, Sylvester Stallone’s character Spartan is frozen and woken up in a Utopian future. In this future Stallone hears mention of the Schwarzenegger Presidential Library.

Spartan: “The actor? I thought he was Austrian?”
Huxley: “He is, but in he spearheaded a movement to have non-American born citizens to be accepted for presidential candidacy.”

Now it appears that rumours have it that California’s Governor Schwarzenegger is doing just that.

I wonder if we can blame Stallone for this??

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  • Alexx

    …and some of her friends…. …oh, and Capt Johnson… Come to think of it; Most people enjoy a good laugh more than I do, but that’s beside the point.

  • jason

    Orrin Hatch, is I believe the person you really want to blame for this:

    Although I’d prefer to blame Sly and Sandra Bullock while I’m at it.

    But I don’t think it’s about Ahnold. The real winner will be Rupert Murdock then he can become president of the world.

  • Alexx

    I say: Why not? It’s nice to have a scapegoat and Sly is as good as anyone. I for one would be happy to see Sly make a Travolta-comeback. And noone enjoys a good laugh more than I do, except perhaps my wife… ;)


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