Tuesday, March 01, 2005

Schwarzenegger copies Bush

The LA Times reports
Using taxpayer money, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's administration has sent television stations statewide a mock news story extolling a proposal that would benefit political boosters in the business community by ending mandatory lunch breaks for many hourly workers.

The tape looks like a news report and is narrated by a former television reporter who now works for the state.
Well, he campaigned for him, and he gave a speech at Bush's nominating convention. Can we expect integrity from Schwarzenegger? I guess not. But then Schwarzenegger has been consistently dishonest from the beginning. This is just one more bit of evidence of his lack of intellectual integrity.

I wonder if Schwarzenegger know what that even means. As the previous post suggested, at least Rice does.

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