Arnold Schwarzenegger: Team Player

On November 2, 2007, in General, by Neil Stevens

A recent Field Poll shows Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger virtually tied with Senator Barbara Boxer 44-43, were he to run against her in 2010. But the good Governor is a team player, oh yes. He will not run against her, according to a Sacramento Bee report:

Despite a Field Poll this week showing Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger in a virtual tie with Sen. Barbara Boxer if he were to run for her seat in 2010, the Republican governor said Friday he has “no interest in that at all” during an appearance at the Silicon Valley Leadership Group.

Schwarzenegger joked that he was fine with the growing speculation about what he would do after he is forced to leave the Governor’s Office in January 2011, implying that the rumors have been fueled by a desire by Boxer to raise money.

“This way she can raise more money when she says, ‘That Schwarzenschnitzel, he’s after me, he’s after me, oh my god, we’ve got to raise a lot of money!'” Schwarzenegger said. “That’s what this is all about. So, no, I have really no interest in that at all.”

Boxer is a terrible Senator, she being the one who even bought into the Diebold conspiracy theories, and challenged Ohio’s electoral votes after the 2004 election. And yet the team playing Schwarzenegger will not challenge her.

Oh, did you think I meant he was playing for the Republican team? Oh my, no. That’s not his team at all, and here we see yet more proof of that.

He won’t challenge a vulnerable Democrat, but he’s sure interested in trying to bring “health care reform” to California, calling the legislature into a special session to try to force the Democrats to pass such a bill. He even wants the Democrat-controlled body’s approval ratings to go up. What a team player indeed!


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