A marriage made in hell:
Is Arnold Schwarzenegger angling for a job in the Obama administration?
In an interview with editors at the Los Angeles Times, the outgoing California governor said he was in "no rush" to find a new job when his term ends next month. But asked specifically whether he'd consider a post working for President Obama, he said yes and began to "riff on his credentials," according to the Times' David Lauter.
Schwarzenegger, who counts legislation combating global warming as one of his signature achievements in office, suggested he might be interested in a post dealing with energy or the environment.
Arnold wouldn't take a California world view as loony as Nancy Pelosi's San Francisco perspective to Washington, but his accent's cuter.