Arnold's Groupies

Naturally, California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger supports an amendment allowing foreigners to be President. But he's not actively campaigning for it; he doesn't need to. On Nov. 15, a year after he was sworn in, a $20,000 ad ran in five California cities cheerfully urging residents to "help us amend for Arnold!" Who is behind this compassionate crusade? Not the Republican machine or the Austrian government but former college roommates Lissa Morgenthaler-Jones, a philanthropist in Woodside, Calif., and Mimi Chen, a stay-at-home mom in Los Angeles, who just cannot get enough of the Governator. The women graduated from Princeton in 1979 and...

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