His protestations to the contrary notwithstanding, California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger still wants to become president of the United States, according to Laurence Leamer, author of "Fantastic: The Life of Arnold Schwarzenegger." "That's his dream," Leamer told the Fox News Channel's Bill O'Reilly. "He thinks the Constitution should be changed [to make it possible for a foreign-born citizen to become president]." The Schwarzenegger biographer said Arnold's speech last summer to the GOP convention was the first step in his presidential campaign. "He intended that speech to be so dramatically positive that America would say: 'We need this man to lead us in the 21st century.'" So now that Arnold Schwarzenegger wants to be President of the United States, or at least wants to have the ability to run for President, he somehow thinks that he is entitled to a change in the Constitution of The United States of America. The very document that guarantees us our rights. But let me make this perfectly clear folks. If the Constitution is altered for any such reason, then it could easily be the beginning of the end of our Constitution. Period.