Monday, January 6, 2014

Hard To Buy: Action Star Steven Seagal Threatens To Run for AZ Gov

Posted By on Mon, Jan 6, 2014 at 12:00 PM

Action star Steven Seagal, who is promoting his latest reality show Steven Seagal: Lawman Maricopa County (The Lost Episodes), suggested to TV station KNXV that he might run for governor this year. While the 2014 GOP gubernatorial primary is already shaping up as a somewhat bizarre farce thanks to the million-to-one-shot candidacies of Andrew Thomas (the former Maricopa County attorney who was disbarred thanks to his lunatic prosecution of his political enemies) and state Sen. Al Melvin, the addition of Seagal would make it absolutely spectacular. Sadly, even Seagal finds the role of gubernatorial candidate unlikely, telling KNXV that he "would have a lot more, other responsibilities that may be more important to address."

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