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President Schwarzenegger? New Book Considers the Possibility

Wednesday, 07 December 2005 12:00 AM

SANTA MONICA, Calif. -- A controversial new book argues to amend the Constitution for Arnold Schwarzenegger and 13 million U.S. Citizens.

Best selling author Lawrence J. Greene and the founders of Operation Arnold, Marshall Miller and Joshua Mikael, have stirred up a Constitutional controversy with their hot new book, "An Immigrant's Dream," which provides an irrefutable case for the immediate ratification of Senator Orrin Hatch's Equal Opportunity To Govern Amendment.

If passed, the Hatch Amendment will grant naturalized U.S. citizens with a minimum of 20 years of citizenship the right to run for the office of President of the United States.

"An Immigrant's Dream" is the mouthpiece for the Immigrant's Presidential Rights movement and is now rationally putting a conclusive argument on the merits of Hatch's amendment in the hands of the American people.

This book will pave the way for Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, Gov. Jennifer Granholm, and Sen. Mel Martinez to seek the Presidency, if they so desire.

Philadelphia radio talk show host and author Michael Smerconish says:

"My grandmother is 99-years-old. She'd have made one helluva President, regardless of the fact that she was born in Yugoslavia. Same with Arnold, and in his case, 'An Immigrant's Dream' explains why.

"Now isn't the time to limit the pool of presidential aspirants, it is the time to expand it!"

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