Skip to comments.Rock-in-Chief? Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson could pursue future in politics
Posted on 04/25/2012 6:28:37 AM PDT by US Navy Vet
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson has been compared to Arnold Schwarzenegger on the big screen, but would he ever consider following in the former movie action hero's political footsteps?
The WWE superstar and "G.I. Joe" actor is open to it.
"I wouldn't rule it out," Johnson told Fox411.com at the 2012 CinemaCon Convention Tuesday in Las Vegas.
"I think in order for politicians to be successful, you have to be passionate about politics," Johnson said. "I care about our country, but right now I can make impact in other ways."
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In other words, he wants to earn more money.
But yeah, he strikes me as a sincere guy who could do a lot of good, when he decides to run.
I think he’s probably glad he struck out in the Candian Football league.
Oh, Gawd, not another one—RR he’s not.
He may not be Reagan, but the man certainly knows how to work a crowd. Also, he could debate his competitors with just an eyebrow.
Don’t know if I could vote for someone who went to “Tha ‘U’.”
Well, everyone keeps saying we should get rid of our current ‘crop’ of politicians and elect some real Americans who will do the job right.
Or we could keep electing people like Al Franken.
... Or have a pResident who went to "F*** 'U'."
after Aaaaaaahnohld and Jesse the Body, no thanks!
If Triple H ran, he could be substituted for Humbert Horatio Humphreys as the “politician with the most Hs”.