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09:12 AM on 02/25/2010
Poor Ahnold. The Jimmy Carter of the Republican Party. I give him credit for taking on the teachers union but that vast army of pension zombies is a formidable foe.
09:05 AM on 02/25/2010
He imagines the economy will improve when? LOL*
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karela
08:23 AM on 02/25/2010
Arnold often makes a lot of sense. All this partisan bickering has taken all of the energy and focus of attention that should have been going toward economic solutions. We need both sides of the Washington isle working hard to rebuild the economy. I see Obama working hard every day to come up with solutions and I see the Republican party working hard every day to get re-elected.
08:17 AM on 02/25/2010
Wow, reading through these comments, we sure are gullible and deserve to be govern by /dots like the governator.
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Peter Finarovsky
08:12 AM on 02/25/2010
I have new-found respect for Schwarzenegger; I can't believe that he's actually capable of putting a sentence together that isn't a republican talking point.
07:04 AM on 02/25/2010
Twinkle and disappear? Sounds more like Gov. Arnold's approval ratings in California. He is somewhere in the 30% range or less. The State is broke due to his incompetent leadership. He needs to spend more time trying to save California than commenting on the activities of national conservative groups or global warming.
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waynesmyer
07:28 AM on 02/25/2010
No! No! I said that the Tea Party would "tinkle" and then disappear! not Twinkle! after all, I got's to pee every once in a while! YOUR BELOVED GOVENATOR, Arnie Terminator

I'LL BE BACK???
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09:22 AM on 02/25/2010
Tea partiers are not "average Americans." Average Americans don't believe President Obama is a Socialist, and they don't make fools of themselves marching around with misspelled signs and convoluted solutions to complex problems. Give the populace some credit.
05:02 AM on 02/25/2010
The Tea Party will probably be absorbed by the GOP, much as the Know Nothing Party of the 1850's was. (The Know Nothings were opposed to Catholic German and Irish immigration. Apparently those immigrants were going to ruin the country. There was lots of paranoid conspiracies being talked about....Maybe that is the origin of the Tea Party?) I suspect the GOP will milk the Tea Party for as money they can get (they have to pay for those lavish parties somehow!) and electoral energy. After the mid terms, they'll toss them some teabags from China and put them into retirement.
09:46 AM on 02/25/2010
Gop knows they can't win elections without the fringe groups like the religious right and the fringe t baggers.
Religious right are paranoid crazies and the t baggers are uneducated loons.
03:40 AM on 02/25/2010
Arnold is Sarah Palin had she had two terms as Gov., sadly we were not as lucky as Alaska.
07:09 AM on 02/25/2010
At least Sarah Palin left Alaska solvent unlike Gov. Arnold whose inability to cap spending has left California broke. Like Obama, Gov. Arnold is incompetent in his position is only good for talk but no action.
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karela
08:28 AM on 02/25/2010
Talk to the California legislature. I think you'll find that the spending problems originate with them. Arnold has taken more heat for vetoing spending then for signing it. The trouble is that the lion's share of spending goes toward safety nets for vulnerable elderly, poor children and the disabled. It isn't like you can make big budget deficits disappear by simply cutting out desert. Desert is already gone. It's meat and potatoes vulnerable people who are being cut but there's no money to feed them. Arnold did warn for a lot of years that this would come if action wasn't taken. It came with a bang because of the economic slump but it has been coming for a long time in California. The legislature never listened before and they're still fighting ideology now. They fight while the ship sinks instead of throwing life preservers to the passengers.
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02:30 AM on 02/25/2010
Yes, they will tinkle and disappear.
07:07 AM on 02/25/2010
The tea party has only grown stronger. Even when the Democrats had a filibuster proof majority in the Senate and an overwhelming majority in the House, average ordinary Americans formed the tea party movement and absolutely crushed the Democrats and turned the Democrats against each other. Tea Party Movement = WIN. Democrats = FAIL.
08:17 AM on 02/25/2010
You will be crushed....... by the Republicans, they will never let two conservative party's vote for different people.
08:19 AM on 02/25/2010
Tea Party Movement = Repubs Lap dog
02:20 AM on 02/25/2010
I always liked Arnold, hope he stays in politics

yes his my governed and yes I'm a democrat.
08:14 AM on 02/25/2010
I blame you as well.
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ThankGodhesgone
Always Progressive and loving the CONs meltdown.
02:15 AM on 02/25/2010
The great and glorious teaparty will finally die an ignoble de_ath with Sarah Palin's last wink and 'you betcha'.
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PanFx
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01:45 AM on 02/25/2010
Fair and balanced?

Yeah right. Not the way Van Susteren was leading the questions.

Pathetic. Absolutely pathetic.
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lizr
goofing off here
01:08 AM on 02/25/2010
Love it!

He is obviously listening to Maria and positioning himself for national office as the last credible Republican.

Then again I didnt have to live through the last 6 yrs in CA with him. I heard it was h*ll.
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ReedYoung
global mean temperature
01:40 AM on 02/25/2010
Yes, that was shockingly reasonable. But maybe being interviewed by Susteren is like being graded on a curve.
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lizr
goofing off here
10:29 AM on 02/25/2010
LOL
07:12 AM on 02/25/2010
About that national office: Remember, as a foreign-born citizen, he's ineligible for the presidency or vice presidency. This is one of the reasons he's so willing to speak his mind on certain issues--he'll never need the GOP's help to run for higher office. He's already gone as far as he can in U.S. politics.
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karela
08:30 AM on 02/25/2010
He can't be President as a foreign born citizen but I think the Senate is still open to him if he wants it.
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lizr
goofing off here
10:28 AM on 02/25/2010
He can be a Senator, I believe.

and this is most likely his next move.
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1murillo
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01:07 AM on 02/25/2010
Schwarzeneger occassionally steps away from Republican dogma to speak forthrightly. He has the benefit of fame and fortune behind him. He'a one of the few moderate Republicans, yet he's still been a poor governor for CA. Yet much of CA's troubles are structural and started way before him.
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psbintl
Your micro bio refused- not a GOP talking point
03:54 AM on 02/25/2010
Agreed.
04:23 AM on 02/25/2010
California is paying the consequences of Reaganomics which started with Reagan as governor although I don't know if he can be solely held responsible for a structure of State Government that no one could function in and still provide pragmatic leadership.
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LMPE
I connect the most dissimilar things
12:33 AM on 02/25/2010
There you have it, folks. Arnold Alois Schwarzenegger is the last notable Republican with any sanity left!