Someone tell Arnold Schwarzenegger's agent: He's done with elected office
When Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's term expires in 2010, his elected-office quest will be terminated.
Ouch, did that hurt you to read as much as it hurt us to type?
Anyhoo, the California governor has said before that the only other office he'd want to run for is president -- a challenge if you were born in Austria.
Stop these puns. Someone please cast Arnold in a new movie immediately so we can have some new ones.
Here's the thing -- Arnold has been employed steadily for a while now, and might not know how challenging the job market has gotten. A little job-hunt help might be in order.
We've included the video above, in case he needs to brush up on where one of his big franchises has gone in his absence.
-- Christie D'Zurilla
Photo: Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger in Milan, Italy, on Nov. 18, 2009. He stopped by the Milan meeting en route from the Middle East, where he visited troops in Iraq. Ciao. Credit: Antonio Calanni / Associated Press.