September 13, 2010, - 1:32 pm

Funny Governator Back to School VIDEO

By Debbie Schlussel

A little behind on my Kimmel videos, but while this video isn’t that funny in the beginning, the end scenes say it all.  Still, can’t wait to see this faux-Republican fraud Governator go.  When all the conservatives were gaga over this steroidal mess, I warned he’d be a bad guy and a liberal after all.  And he disappointed in that he didn’t disappoint. No shocker . . . given to whom he’s married.

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(Arnold Drawing from Schlussel Wacky Packs Collection)

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5 Responses

I believe he never went to school.

burt on September 13, 2010 at 1:39 pm

Ahhnold was and is terrible. I too warned others that Arnold was a fraud. However since he is leaving, Ahhhnold is finding a spine. He has refused to sign a budget unless the state gets pension reform. Something he should have done 7 years ago, when he came into office. However he may be out of office before a budget is passed. So California may have to issue IOU’s in October. California is one of 3 states that require a 2/3 vote to pass a budget. Democrats hate this requirement because it makes it extremely difficult to raise taxes. However a few Republicans will cave and then be subject to Recall.

California Republicans are at it again. They are going to elect another fraud in Queen NutMeg Whitman. Debbie, if you see how she is campaigning it only show what little faith you can have in people. I believe she had not voted in 28 years. Can you believe a woman who hasn’t voted in 28 years is going to be the most influential governor in the country? I guess she saw Sarah Palin and Ahhhnold and then said ‘What the hell’? She never formed a political opinion in her adult life and the people are going to hand her the keys. So when Republicans and Conservatives keep complaining about KING HUSSEIN OBAMA’s lack of experience they only have to look in the mirror and see Ahhhnold, Sarah Palin and Queen NutMeg.

CaliforniaScreaming on September 13, 2010 at 2:30 pm

Someone please explain to me how paying your state taxes with an IOU issued by the state is going to raise revenues for the state. Anyone? Try expaining this gem. How can the state start taking taxes out of my pay for next year when I haven’t even earned it yet? This is why Arnold was a failure. Same nutbag ideas as the last nutbag. I am planning my escape from this steamy pile called California and I am not the only one.

Farmerjohn on September 13, 2010 at 3:43 pm

Reading his unauthorized biography was kind of an awakening of the real world around me back in the day. Even if 10% of the stuff in there was true, wow. And if none of it was true, it’s a testimony to how bad a character assassination can take place by somebody that may have an agenda. It wouldn’t be long before the Gulf war would really awaken me to the cesspool of a world we live in after a pretty carefree teen age life with eyes closed pretty much every day. Arnold is really not somebody any kid should look up to like many of my generation actually did.

samurai on September 13, 2010 at 8:33 pm

Well, just last week Arnold did veto 2 liberal bills that comprised the California Dream Act: SB 1460 and AB 1413. The bills, passed by the liberal legislature, allowed illegal immigrants to pay so-called “in-state tuition” at California colleges. Thank you Arnold! Relentless pro-latino-at-all-costs-all-the-time Mr. Gil Cedillo authored one of the bills. Gil is called “one-bill-Gil” because every year he introduces the same bill to issue California driver’s licenses to illegal immigrants. How can anyone govern this state? With term limits, and other restrictions, we no longer have real deal makers in our legislature. Where’s Jesse Unruh now that we really need him? (Note: he’s dead.) I don’t believe either of Arnold’s possible successors (Meg Whitman, Jerry Brown) will have the balls to veto the California Dream Act when the legislature passes it again in 2011.

Tom in SF on October 5, 2010 at 9:35 am

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