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Thursday, 14 May 2009

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"If they don't have the guts, I call them girlie men." explains the Gov to most within earshot. (Source: APX)

"Governator" of California Arnold Schwarzenegar, a longtime proponent of the controversial Proposition 8 legislation has been rumored to "Be going light, if you know what I mean," according to a source close to state administration.

In order to clarify this cryptic hipster-speak, undercover reporters have launched an investigation revealing that the popularly known Governator has been in closed-door meetings with special interest lobbyists. These out-of-sight political actioners such as Hugh Romney, Chairman of the Norml Coalition and Otto Jaquet from the International Union of Part-time autoworkers have been said to be influencing the governor's opinions on a wide range of issues. Chiefly of these would be his support for official electronic Town-Hall debates on the issue of California marijuana laws and ultimately, the fate of Proposition 8.

An anonymous insider has gone public with all she knew about the daytime goings on at the governor's mansion:

"He go crazy sometines. (sic) Then he not so crazy. everytine he go with 'Best in Life' talking, 4 or 5 tines a day. Then he not say it maybe one tine in a week. Somethin is definitely wrong with Mister Arnold."

Audio tapes of the Conan the Barbarian film speech to which she refers have been heard- a low quality copy has been provided to us. On it, a thickly accented American male asks himself "What is best in life?" after which he breaks down into loud hysterical laughter and answers: "You Sully! You. You, you are the best!" As of press deadline, this recording could not be identified as being that of the governor though similar recordings have been surfacing in recent days.

The long repressed opponents of Proposition 8, by popular support are surely relishing in these new developments.

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