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No Elephants Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Aug-20-13 07:43 AM
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There was a show honoring Tim Russert, after he had died suddenly.
Everyone, of course, raved about Russert.

Arnold, however, took that moment to report that Russert had once told Arnold that Arnold should run for Governor of California. And, if he won, Russert would see to it that the Constitution got amended to let someone foreign born run for President. Arnold allowed as how he'd won, but then Tim had never done anything about the Constitution.

A tad self centered, what? Then again, who forces his wife to, without her knowledge, have his mistress and his child with her in her (Maria's) home for years. And who continues to employ the mother of his child as his family's maid? The self centered nature of that is mind boggling.
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