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Move over, Governator, here comes the … Aikidonator? Hey, if Arnold Schwarzenegger can get himself elected governor of California, why can’t Steven Seagal? The action movie star and Aikido master recently told a news outlet that he is, indeed, mulling over a run for the Governor’s seat of the great and very arid state of Arizona. The star of such badass flicks as “Marked for Death,” “Under Siege,” and “Under Siege 2: Dark Territory” recently told news station Knxv-tv about his possible plans: Joe Arpaio and I were talking about me running for governor in Arizona which was kind of a joke… But I suppose I would remotely consider it…but probably I would have a lot of other responsibilities that may be more important to address. Seagal goes on to discuss various political hot button topics, quotes Reagan, and takes a little jab or two at Obama. You »
Action-movie star Steven Seagal says he is considering a run for Arizona governor. The actor, star of martial arts and action films including Marked for Death, Hard to Kill and Under Siege, told Knxv-tv that he is considering a shot at the state's highest office and has had a talk about the bid with the self-proclaimed toughest sheriff in America.
The 61-year-old made the comments while talking about his newly released reality series, Steven Seagal – Lawman: Maricopa County. Seagal teamed up with Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio for the show, which was shot in Arizona and airs on cable TV's Reelz Channel.
The martial arts expert is a member of Arpaio's posse, made up of 3,000 unpaid civilians. He also has been deputised with sheriff's offices in New Mexico, Texas and Louisiana and says he wants to increase border security. »
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