Obviously I'm not saying I endorse Steven Seagal to be the next governor of Arizona, but I love this story about him "considering" a run for the job. It's a little scary, but I like the idea of Seagal winning the Republican nomination because then it would force the citizens of Arizona to really look in the mirror and ask themselves what kind of state they've become, or are becoming. Most of my family still live there, so I (and, I'm sure, they) would like to know the answer to this question.
However, I'm afraid it seems highly unlikely that this ridiculous turn of events will actually come to pass. Seagal's background is so sketchy, so littered with sleaze and damning, well-reported gossip, that it's difficult to imagine him exposing himself to the level of scrutiny a run for a major office would bring. We can all hope, though!