Schwarzenegger is a charmer. He's larger than life. He's entertaining. But he is not so grand that he can treat the public safety as if it is incidental. Nor is he so grand that he can get away with the level of betrayal that produces another woman's child virtually under the couple's roof.
Shriver's website promises to "inspire," "empower" and "engage." Now, I've always considered "empower" to be a proxy for pretend power. Powerful people don't use the term.
Shriver may want to try some new buzzwords. She might want to repeat a phrase that California voters have been thinking of late: "Hasta la vista, baby."
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