Posted on April 24, 2004. Filed under: Uncategorized |

Economist.com | Arnold Schwarzenegger PERHAPS Arnold Schwarzenegger’s next trick will be to walk on water. In the past six months he has exchanged a fading movie career for the governorship of California; persuaded a reluctant electorate to borrow $15 billion to keep the state solvent; and even, while on an Easter break in Hawaii, helped save a man from drowning. The latest feat, signed into law on April 19th, is to strong-arm the Democrat-dominated legislature into reforming the workers’ compensation system. �We are making our state once again a powerful, job-creating machine,� says the perpetually beaming governor.

You can just hear him saying that in his “Terminator” voice! :)


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