Thursday, July 21, 2005

Here's A Constitutional Amendment We Can Forget About....

In the movie "Demolition Man," set several decades in the future, Sylvester Stallone's character expresses his disbelief that there is a "Schwarzenegger Presidential Library." Sandra Bullock's character tells him that Aaaanold became eligible and was elected after passage of the 61st Amendment. In real life, after he became Governor of California, there were whispers that it might be time to consider the reality that the Aaaanold phenomenon could necessitate such an amendment.

Life will not be imitating art in this case, however.

Although you might think anyone would be a vast improvement after Gray Davis, the former Governor who was ridden out of town on a rail, you would apparently be underestimating Aaaanold's stupidity and cupidity. Reuters reports that, after he vetoed a bill to regulate the distribution of diet supplements to high school athletes last year, it was discovered that Aaaanold signed a deal with the publisher of "Flex" and "Muscle and Fitness" magazines to be an "executive director" to the tune of $1 to $2+ million a year. The LA Times reports that, according to SEC documents, Aaaanold signed with American Media two days before his inauguration and makes more than the CEO of the company.

Aaaanold's approval rating has dropped 18 points since February. The chair of the state Democrat party has filed a complaint with the Fair Political Practices Commission, and democrats are indicating that they plan to milk this for all it's worth to undermine Schwarzenegger's proposed goverment reforms.

Put that Constitutional Amendment on hold, Sandra...

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