There's nothing in the Constitution about the VP having to be US-born.
They're both socially moderate Republicans who are broadly popular
but who might be more palatable to the hard right than Rudy or Romney.
They hail from the bluest of blue states and the biggest of big
cities. They've got the environment (Ahnold) and urban policy
(Bloomy) covered. And talk about accessible: Bloomy's office is in
the middle of a "bullpen," while Ahnold does his best deal-making
smoking cigars in a tent outside his office. It looks like Time
Magazine scooped this ticket a few months ago:
got my vote if it materializes.