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On The Nature of the Test and It's Meaning II

Or How an Unpopular Republican Governator Could Succeed and a Popular President Fail -- Part 2

The Governator is the other half of this story. Arnold is a great big doofussy guy with huge pecs and a wife tougher than any of the characters he has played in movies. Civilizing Arnold was obviously impossible, possibly he played too many pagan warrior types in the movies. He started out as a popular politician because he sold himself as the answer to governing the ungovernable. The man he replaced had none of his glamor, he never wore armor or charged into battle. Of course we in California picked Arnold over the Gray man in the flannel suit.

On the Nature of the Test and its Meaning I

Or How an Unpopular Republican Governator Could Succeed and a Popular President Fail -- Part 1

Proposing a test for officeholders that holds them to their obligation to the people has become uncommonly ignored by the public. No one can argue that we are running a government dictated by the whims of the proletariat in this nation. After years of a Presidency run by men who massacred the meaning and purpose of our constitution in spite of oaths to the contrary we are used to politicians running amok.