Republican Arnold Schwarzenegger says he doesn't know who he'll vote for President in 2012. Schwarzenegger, known for his liberal leanings, went on "Good Morning America" to talk about his new biography book "Total Recall: My Unbelievably True Life Story".
When asked how he felt about the election he said: "I always wait until the last minute because there are some very interesting debates coming up and I think it's always nice when you see both of the candidates next to each other and they can debate the issues."
"I'm open-minded and I want to hear what everyone has to say and I'm also not one who just votes on issue. I vote on the whole package so which one of the candidates really is the best package because no one is perfect and no one is exactly what you want. The ideal thing is if you can put two candidates together but that's not going to happen and so I'm going to keep an open mind."
Two days ago, Schwarzenegger was on the Daily Show and was asked by Jon Stewart why he was a Republican. Arnold replied it was because he feels the government needs to be fiscally responsible. Shouldn't this election be an obvious choice for him then? The Obama's administration added $6 Trillion to the U.S. debt.
Arnold would rather be all things to all people so no one dislikes him than pick a side. Who knew a "machine" wouldn't be able to make a decision that his party programmed him to.