Friday, April 29, 2005

And Suddenly that Name Will Never be the Same…

“I think I never really gauged your cruelty or your recklessness. Have you no sense of decency, sir, at long last?" Joseph Welsh, Counsel for the U.S. Army, Army-McCarthy Hearings.
Arnold Schwartzenegger has crossed the line.

"I think they've done a terrific job," Schwarzenegger said of the "Minuteman" volunteers, who plan to expand to California in June. "They've cut down the crossing of illegal immigrants a huge percentage. So it just shows that it works when you go and make an effort and when you work hard. It's a doable thing."

The governor added that, "It's just that our federal government is not doing their job. It's a shame that the private citizen has to go in there and start patrolling our borders."

President Bush has denounced the Minuteman volunteers as vigilantes. Los Angeles Times by Peter Nicholas and Robert Salladay

Maria should be ashamed. With Arnold’s poll numbers plummeting, and his willing alienation of so many potential supporters, hopefully this ridiculous latest rhetoric will land him back in the movie business for good. “Terminator 4: The Rise of the Redneck.”

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