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Schwarzenegger's Memoirs: Not Exactly 'Total Recall'

Mag14 Wrote: Oct 02, 2012 2:55 PM
Luck Dems, their guys can be as wicked as they want to be and keep showing up for work while we flush ours for having affairs. I repudiate anyone who has an affair. Leave and start over or stay loyal. Anything else is sleazy no matter what words are used to describe it. But this is Schwarzenegger and Shriver's problem to deal with, not ours. Hell, he's not really viable for anything but Senator now and he's unlikely to do that. I honor his efforts to bring California righward while he was Governor and indeed we all should. Whether he is sufficiently remorseful on this or that interview or in his book (which he wrote for sales, not self-flagellation) isn't really something that I care about.
Ohso2 Wrote: Oct 02, 2012 3:22 PM
Virtually Every Demicrat Politico in the State has a wall full of 'Grip & Grin' / Handshake & Group Hug' Photos - featuring them and the rest of the Larry Brinkin Posse from Frisco.

Leading California gay rights leader arrested over child porn possession

SB 48 by State Senator Mark "Kiddie Porn King" Leno pushes such Boy Raping Filth in the legislature

The 'Gov. Lt.' (former Frisco Mayor Gravid Nuisance) was having it off with a Female Subordinate, married to his campaign manager, and still got elected.
Mag14 Wrote: Oct 02, 2012 3:29 PM
Yay, I have a research assistant! ;)

ty for the back up Ohso2
Demosthenes5 Wrote: Oct 02, 2012 3:47 PM
You forgot to mention that Schwarzenegger didn't lift a finger to enact a law (previously vetoed by his predecessor , Gray Davis- pandering to those EQUALITY MINDED feminists) protecting men from the most despicable form of domestic abuse: paternity fraud. Just ask the maid's husband.
Arnold Schwarzenegger comes across a lot better in his memoirs, "Total Recall: My Unbelievably True Life Story," than he did during a "60 Minutes" TV interview broadcast Sunday night.

His book chronicles all the amazing things he has done. The "60 Minutes" interview shone a light on what the bodybuilder-turned-actor-turned-politician should not have done. On camera, Schwarzenegger does not seem to regret how thoroughly he betrayed wife Maria Shriver.

There's a lesson for everyone in the book on how to get ahead. Growing up in an austere Austria, he dreamed big. He wanted to be Mr. Universe. He wanted to become an American...