posted on Mar, 4 2013 @ 12:09 PM
Shouldn't a legacy of actors, let alone an Austrian born actor that was a drug abuser so as to look good to the eyes of the World (steroids), becoming
Governors of CA be a very big indicator as to what the average Californian holds as a priority? I mean, CA is the acting capital of the World, right?
Sounds real smart to allow a successful career in pretending to be someone else to parlay into a real world leadership position. Is it that
California is mainly a land that wishes to look good to the public World?
I don't put all actors into the category of being unfit to serve the public, but it seems to be a more commonplace reality in CA. Which, for me at
least, contributes to viewing CA as a laughing stock more so than the rest of the laughing stock nation when it involves serious real world issues
debated by government.
I think I'll avoid CA, thanks, as I am all filled up with 'entertainment' being prevalent in serious real world issues without CA even being involved.
Or to put it in California terms... "sell crazy some place else cause we're all filled up here," said the great ACTOR Jack Nicholson.
4-3-2013 by ttobban because: added quote