Now that Arnold Schwarzenegger has been terminated as Governor of California, he is testing other career opportunities. During an interview with the LA Times, the Terminator said yes and discussed his qualifications for various jobs that may become available.

393812 04: A wax replica of actor Arnold Schwarzenegger in the film 'Terminator 2: Judgement Day is on display at the Hollywood Wax Museum August 28, 2001 in Hollywood, CA. The museum, started in 1965 to showcase Hollywood stars, has more than 180 wax figures. (Photo by David McNew/Getty Images)

Schwarzenegger, whose approval ratings in his state have plummeted in recent years, said that he is especially interested in a post that involves either energy or the environment, since one of his prime achievements as governor was the implementation of global warming legislation in the state.

Arnold said, “I’m a big believer in environmental issues,” Schwarzenegger said, who added that he wanted a post where he could use his “celebrity power … knowledge and experience” to impact public policy. “I’ve traveled the world. … I’m very familiar with the world.” Now, I don’t know about you, but one of the things the Obama administration needs more of is celebrities.

According to Yahoo, rumors have been rampant in DC that the Governator will get a job as the climate change czar. I had hoped that we were done with naming people czar; it seems like a title that is particularly un-American in nature, sort of like Homeland anything. Until this century, I don’t think I ever heard anyone refer to America as our Homeland.

Personally, I don’t get what Arnold adds to any discussion on public policy, except I guess we are running low on Kennedy’s in DC, and his wife is one of the more attractive of the clan.