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Should Arnold Schwarzenegger stay in politics, or should he go back to making mo

  1. Mel Jay profile image89
    Mel Jayposted 7 years ago

    Should Arnold Schwarzenegger stay in politics, or should he go back to making movies?

    After his recent scandal, is he likely to succeed in politics?  I understand he is possibly making a run for president of the European Union, given that he can never be president in the USA.  Should he just go back to films?

  2. WindMaestro profile image60
    WindMaestroposted 7 years ago

    Well I thought he was going back to movies, which I think is his wisest choice. A movie is the only place he'll be accepted after his recent scandal, and besides, that's what I consider to be his best. I would like to see him direct or produce some films, and if him and Stallone join up, I cannot wait.

  3. duffsmom profile image61
    duffsmomposted 7 years ago

    He should retire on a nice tropical island and enjoy life.  He isn't right for politics and (in my opinion) he's too old to be an action movie hero.  I would enjoy reading his life story.  Can't abide his latest antics cheating on his wife--but he is really good with money and would love to hear how he applied and invested his millions.

  4. Larry Fields profile image79
    Larry Fieldsposted 7 years ago

    I think that Arnold should stay in politics. Senator Schwarzenegger? However he should switch parties. Democrats are more tolerant of philanderers. Notwithstanding the "girly man" label that he applies to political opponents, Arnold's stated positions are not sufficiently extreme for the tastes of most Republicans.

    Although his Terminator films have been very successful at the box office, I think that he's a tenth rate actor. People watch his movies, because they like him as a person.

    In his role as Governator, Armold has been average. Like most big-name American politicians, he's essentially an empty suit, who blindly follows his advisers.

  5. ZIa Ahmed khan profile image72
    ZIa Ahmed khanposted 7 years ago

    He should take retirement and go to Himalaya for medication. Enough is enough, like MONK who SOLD his Ferrari.
    Let us think of better people.

  6. ferdinand101 profile image55
    ferdinand101posted 7 years ago

    I BELIEVE ARNOLD WAS AN AWESOME ACTOR. I ENJOYED ALL HIS MOVIES. FROM THE EARLY DAYS. THERE SEEMS TO BE NO PROBLEMS ASSOCIATED WITH HIS STINT AS GOVERNOR. THE PREVIOUS GOVERNOR OF CALIFORNIA WAS CLINT EASTWOOD AND HE SEEMS TO HAVE DONE A GREAT JOB. I DON'T THINK WE SHOULD LET ARNIE'S PERSONAL LIFE CLOUD OUR JUDGEMENT ABOUT HIS ABILITIES AS A GOVERNOR AT ALL. HE HAS DONE A GOOD JOB AND SHOULD CONTINUE TO DO SO . HE IS AN INSPIRATION TO ALL OTHER IMMIGRANTS WHO HAVE MADE THE AMERICAN DREAM A REALITY.

    WELL DONE TERMINATOR. LET'S SEE MORE OF HIS GOOD WORK. HE HAS BECOME A HOUSEHOLD NAME IN USA. IF EVERY POLITICIAN WHO HAS STRAYED FROM HIS MARITAL VOWS WAS TO HAVE BEEN TERMINATED-WINK THERE WON'T BE ANYONE LEFT IN INTERNATIONAL POLITICS.

    SO LET'S KEEP THE DIRTY LINEN OUT OF OUR EVALUATION OF HIM AS A POLITICIAN. HIS EFFECTIVENESS AS A LEADER. AND MAYBE ONE DAY AS A PRESIDENT. YES AND HE SHOULD MAKE MORE MOVIES. YES POLITICAL MOVIES ABOUT HOW TO RUN USA EFFECTIVELY. IF ANYONE CAN-ARNIE CAN.

  7. PurvisBobbi44 profile image83
    PurvisBobbi44posted 7 years ago

    I believe he should retire and enjoy all his children, and try to be a good father to them all. He is not like Clint Westwood, who can still act, and make good movies.
    His should take a few months off to think about his life and where it is going. Then venture out into the world with a plan, and maybe direct TV or movies--not act in them.
    Just my opinion.
    Bobbi

 
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