Skip to comments.CA ethics board won't probe Schwarzenegger affair
Posted on 06/06/2011 9:19:06 PM PDT by SmithL
California's ethics commission has rejected a request by Los Angeles Democrats to investigate whether former Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger violated state laws during his affair with a housekeeper a relationship that produced a child he hid from his wife for years.
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Who the heck suggested the ethics board should have anything to do with it. It his business.
He has an iron clad alibi....he was in bed with Democrats the whole time.
CA ethics committee...there’s a misnomer.
Pelosi is having the ethics committee investigate Weiner, same group? They’re freed up and all:)
It sounds like there was enough probing going on already.
Us, the government WILL probe, literally, at the airport, the IRS, the DMV, etc., etc., etc. but themselves -- nah, no need, after all "they all do it," so why bother.
"Let's go after the little guy, the taxpayers instead, after all they can't afford to defend themselves against us, a mighty Big Brother."
Good. I don’t care what he does. Don’t waste tax payer money on this. he’s gone.
Funny how none of those state lawmakers were calling for an investigation when the Governator commuted the sentence of Esteban Nuñez.
Arnie can go perform an anatomically impossible act on himself, as far as I’m concerned.
Ahnuld has thrown so many turds into his own punchbowl an investigation would be pointless.
Schwarzenegger’s wiener is already in the public domain.
They are much more interested in Anthony Schnitzelwagger.
A “California Ethics Board”, it’s just hard for me to wrap my head around that.
As scummy as Arnie’s behavior was, he didn’t do it on the taxpayer’s dime. He didn’t lie about it and attack people who asked about his affairs. And not that he’s a saint, he has supposedly always financially supported his “love children”.
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