“Anybody Seen Richie?”

Steven Seagal Out For JusticeSteven Seagal, the greatest actor of our generation – shut up, Out For Justice is brilliant – has expressed a desire to run for governor of Arizona. Considering some of the other election choices Arizonans have made, Seagal is a huge step up.

Action-movie star Steven Seagal says he is considering a run for Arizona governor. He told ABC that the country’s leading problem today is open borders, “I don’t think our biggest problem is Islamist terrorism in America. Oh I don’t think that’s it at all,” he said. “The biggest problem is open borders. I think that across these borders, any type of terrorism can occur.”

He believes open borders are, “a tremendous oversight by the current administration.” He quoted Reagan, “If you don’t have security on your borders you don’t have a country.”

One other issue Seagal would address is that of amnesty.

“You have to be very careful with blanket pardons,” he said. “If you’re gonna pardon people you should do a background on them to make sure they’re safe for society.”

Say what you want about the guy, but his positions are solid.

I’m sure, like his films, his campaign slogan will only contain three words. “Better Than McCain” would probably work.

9 thoughts on ““Anybody Seen Richie?”

  1. realwest

    Good grief Wyatt – Steven Seagal ? Really? Better than McCain is not really difficult and hardly makes for a winning slogan (especially since McCain is a U.S. Senator) and assuming Jan Brewer runs for re-election, she’d kill him.
    One interesting fact about Seagal, though – he owns the most extensive and expensive collection of guitars in the World. No, no that doesn’t fit in with the “idea” of him running for Governor, but then again neither does a “reality” TV show ‘”Steven Seagal — Lawman: Maricopa County.”
    Yo!! Stevie!! Stay with the movies guy- do what you do best.

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  2. Picky

    I’m not sure that “Better than McCain” would work in Arizona. After all, those fools keep RE-electing McRage back into the Senate.

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  3. deadcenter

    I live in AZ and saying better than McCain is setting the bar on the ground, but I wouldn’t vote for a guy that hit his wife.

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