Famous Cheating Scandals
October 25, 2011 by staff
Famous Cheating Scandals, Arnold Schwarzenegger, months removed from office with his popularity and beaten by the revelations of a child in love with his housekeeper, apparently, has not lost his sense of humor.
When Bill Clinton was mistaken for a bike ride through the latest Santa Monica, confused passersby responded: “It’s one of those guys who has had a sex scandal.”
The comment came as the former governor of California pedaled through red lights and slid down the wrong path by one-way streets with Michael Lewis, author of the bestseller “The Big Short” during phone interview. The result appears in the work of new Vanity Fair from Lewis, that the labels of California, the epicenter of the coming financial problems and pensions.
In the interview, Schwarzenegger also offered some insights into governance, including his campaign ad in the famous “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.”
“I thought, this phenomenon is worldwide,” said Schwarzenegger. “It will be fun. I’ll announce I’m running …. And two months later was governor. What the [expletive] is that?”
As governor, Schwarzenegger said he was hampered by legislators frozen in fear of interests. “People say, ‘Yes, this is the best idea! I would vote for it! But if I vote for that one interest group is going to be angry with me, so I will not do,’” said Lewis.
“I could not believe that people could say that. You have soldiers dying in Iraq and Afghanistan, and do not want to risk his political life by doing the right thing,” he said.
In general, however, Schwarzenegger said he enjoyed being chief executive of California. “You have to realize that the thing was so fun,” he said. “We had a blast!”
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