Tuesday, August 09, 2005

Schwarzenegger Redistricting Rejected (Q: "Who's got judges? A: "Aye dhoo! Aye dhoo!!!" - Love, Arnie and da G-G-G-GOP Unit!!!)

"My relationship to power and authority is that I'm all for it."
- Arnold Schwarzenegger at 44 to US News and World Report in 1990.

"People need somebody to watch over them... Ninety-five percent of the people in the world need to be told what to do and how to behave."
- Arnold Schwarzenegger at 44 to US News and World Report in 1990.

"My friends don't want me to mention Kurt's name, because of all the recent Nazi stuff and the U.N. controversy, but I love him and Maria does too, and so thank you, Kurt."
- Arnold Schwarzenegger on his friend and fellow Austrian Kurt Waldheim, a Nazi war criminal

"I was born to be a leader. I love the fact that millions of people look up to me."

"I was always dreaming about very powerful people, dictators and things like that. I was just always impressed by people who could be remembered for hundreds of years, or even, like Jesus, be for thousands of years remembered."
- Arnold Schwarzenegger in the 1977 film Pumping Iron

"I saw this toilet bowl. How many times do you get away with this, to take a woman, grab her upside down, and bury her face in a toilet bowl? I wanted to have something floating there ... The thing is, you can do it, because in the end, I didn't do it to a woman, she's a machine! We could get away with it without being crucified by who-knows-what group."
- Arnold Schwarzenegger describing a scene in Terminator 3

SOURCE - http://www.arnoldexposed.com/quotes.html

Schwarzenegger Redistricting Rejected

Associated Press Writer
1 hour, 4 minutes ago

SACRAMENTO, Calif. - A state appeals court on Tuesday refused to put Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's attempt to change the redistricting process back on November's special election ballot.

The measure seeks to take away state lawmakers' power to draw congressional and legislative boundaries in California and instead shift that responsibility to a panel of retired judges.

Supporters of the plan used two versions of the ballot initiative during the certification process, though. That was a "clear violation of the constitutional and statutory procedures for the circulation of an initiative petition," the 3rd District Court of Appeal wrote in its 2-1 decision.

"The petitioners were under a duty to disclose the discrepancies as soon as they learned of them," the ruling said. "Their failure to make a public disclosure has tainted ... the ballot pamphlet review process."

Presiding Justice Arthur Scotland dissented, saying the measure's constitutional issues should be decided after the election.

SOURCE - http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20050809/ap_on_re_us/schwarzenegger_redistricting

The Truth About Arnold Schwarzenegger


Arnold is a serial misogynist and has a history of sexually harassing women. The LA Times has published multiple stories of different women that Arnold has harassed. In one case, whilst on the set of Terminator 2 he approached a female crew member out of the blue, put his hands into her blouse and pulled her breasts out of her bra. An observer said: "I couldn't believe what I was seeing. This woman's nipples were exposed, and here's Arnold and a few of his clones laughing." The woman in question broke into tears and fled to a nearby trailer. See 'Arnold the Barbarian", an article by Premiere Magazine in March 2001, for more revelations, should you be able to stomach it.

In Nov. 2000, he pulled British TV commentator Anna Richardson onto his lap after an interview, grabbed her breast, and squeezed her nipple -- all without any kind of permission. She stood up and told him "You' re making me nervous." But Arnold told her to relax and pulled her back on his knee. Finally, he let her up, patting her behind as she went off. Richardson has since has filed a libel action .

Last year The London Guardian reported the story of a woman who once worked with him who has alleged that, one day on set, she went to fetch Schwarzenegger from his trailer when a shot became possible earlier than expected, only to discover him performing oral sex on a woman she didn't recognize. He looked up and explained: "Eating isn't cheating."

Schwarzenegger dropped out of the California governor's race in 2001, a day after he learned the National Enquirer was running a story about an alleged affair with a 41 year old brunette. More damning, however, was that this appears to have been a longterm affair with statutory rape -- she was 16 when he first had sex with her -- he was 28 at the time. The two supposedly became lovers again in 1989 and continued to see each other until 1996, when she fell in love with another man.

The following is a direct quote Arnold gave to Esquire Magazine in 2003 and sums up his attitude towards women.

"When you see a blonde with great tits and a great ass, you say to yourself, 'Hey, she must be stupid or must have nothing else to offer', which maybe is the case many times. But then again there is the one that is as smart as her breasts look, great as her face looks, beautiful as her whole body looks gorgeous, you know, so people are shocked."

This backward, twisted, neanderthalithic behavior ALONE should prevent Arnold from even being an elected official.

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Arnold (from a 1976 Rolling Stone Article )

Early on in his career, Arnold posed for nude pictures, Some suspect he was considering making extra money in the gay pornography industry, which was one way that some bodybuilders could supplement their income. Drudge reported this story last year. Arnold later lied and denied the existence of such photographs.

Arnold Admitted recently to previous use of marijuana , but lied about it when asked in an interview in the January 1988 edition of Playboy. He is now for legalizing the drug. He also smoked pot in the documentary film "Pumping Iron". He also admits to having used steroids . Some questions exist regarding his possible advocacy of or supplying to others illegal steroids.

Still think he should be considered for President?


Arnold with Kurt Waldheim

Two black bodybuilders have come forward claiming that California Schwarzenegger has a history of making racist comments. Schwarzenegger has allegedly said ."If you gave these blacks a country to run, they would run it down the tubes."

Arnold openly supported Kurt Waldheim, Former UN chief and a former Austrian politician who participated in Nazi atrocities during World War II. Schwarzenegger's name remained on Waldheim's campaign posters, even after allegations of Waldheim's war crimes were brought to light. Waldheim was even invited to Arnold's wedding.

His father was a member of the Austrian Nazi Party who volunteered for the infamous SA and became a ranking officer. In the early '90s, Spy Magazine printed his father's Nazi Party membership in their magazine.

After several public claims of racism were made against him that could effect his career and long-term political chances, Schwarzenegger donated substantial sums to the Simon Weisenthal Center in Los Angeles and commissioned an "audit" of his father's nazi past, essentially buying off potential criticism. He never distanced himself from Kurt Waldheim, however -- quite the opposite. He made a statement to friends , saying "My friends don't want me to mention Kurt's name, because of all the recent Nazi stuff and the U.N. controversy, but I love him and Maria does too, and so thank you, Kurt."

March 1992 Spy Magazine article mentions a story confirmed by "a businessman and longtime friend of Schwarzenegger's" -- that in the '70s Arnold "enjoyed playing and giving away records of Hitler's speeches."

Schwarzenegger reportedly said on-camera during the filming of "Pumping Iron" that he "admired" Hitler. The footage was not used in the final version of the movie.

He has also talked of dreaming of being a dictator - " I didn't think about money. I thought about the fame, about just being the greatest. I was dreaming about being some dictator of a country or some savior like Jesus . . ."


On May 26, 2001 Arnold met with former Enron CEO Kenneth Lay , where Lay sought support for his solution to the California energy crisis, opposing price caps on electricity and federal assistance. The Bush administration supported Lay's solution and stood by while Enron defrauded Californians out of billions . As we have seen, many officials linked with the Bush Administration have their dirty prints all over Enron, it seems Arnold does too .


Arnold is an avid advocator of Abortion and stem cell research, which puts him at odds with the Republican position on the issue statewide and nationwide, indicating he has been influenced on the matter by outsiders. He recently backed a $3-billion stem cell initiative and a blanket primary in California .


Arnold and his bride, Maria Shriver, a member of the prominent Kennedy family

Arnold was tapped for the Gubernatorial run at the occult-entrenched Bohemian Grove and rubbed elbows with the illuminati at the Rothchilds family home.

The following Schwarzenegger quotes sum up his elitist attitudes that have so enamored globalist onlookers:

"I wanted to be part of the small percentage of people who were leaders, not the large mass of followers. I think it is because I saw leaders use 100 per cent of their potential.... I was always fascinated by people in control of other people."

"I look down on people who are waiting, who are helpless."

"That's the ultimate power -- your vocabulary. How you communicate. Study vocabulary. The more words you have, the better you can communicate, and the quicker you can put someone away."

SOURCE - http://www.arnoldexposed.com/arnold.htm#drugs