Arnold can’t pump up president’s reputation

Much to the dismay of democrats and intelligent minds everywhere, Arnold Schwarzeneggar was elected governor of California. There is nothing we can do about the election, so there is no sense in crying over spilled milk. We all know about Arnold’s strong popularity, but with a recent trip to the Golden State, it seems as though President Bush is trying to use the buff Republican governor as a tool to gain back some of his lost popularity.

Everyone knows about the terrible job Bush is doing as commander-in-chief, and even Bush supporters will agree that no results have been shown to the public.

Let’s face it, our economy is suffering dramatically, and Bush still wants to spend more of our nation’s money to fix other people’s problems.

What’s to say about this recent venture to California? Is he going to personally meet with every newly elected governor? I sure don’t think so. What makes the Terminator different from the rest of the governors?

I think that the president is trying to fix his tarnished reputation by meeting with Arnold.

This situation makes me think of a dorky kid that wants to be SGA president, and in an attempt to achieve that goal, that kid aligns himself with the popular captain of the football team to win people over.

Is nothing important going on with our nation? Isn’t he supposed to be the busiest person in our country? Oh, that’s right, he takes 3-month long vacations to his Texas ranch and trips to California on a whim.

Schwarzeneggar wanted to talk about California’s economy, but how is Bush going to help one state’s failing economy if he has only made our nation’s worse?

I suggest we let Arnold do what he was elected to do and fix the problem himself. It is about time he put his money where his mouth is.

As for Bush, well it doesn’t really matter how much we complain because he never listens. I do think he needs to concentrate on one thing at a time.

What ever happened to those weapons of mass destruction, Sadaam or Osama?

Actions speak louder than words, and so far Bush has done nothing but talk. Results are necessary for trust.

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