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Six women have come forward that say Arnold Schwarzenegger groped them without their consent. This proves he would be a hands-on governor." óJay Leno

"In his last day of campaigning, Arnold Schwarzenegger apologized for groping women in his past. He said 'What can I say, it was the '70s, '80s and '90s." óConan O'Brien

"Are you excited about the recall election? Arnold's campaign has a new slogan: 'Win one for the groper.'" óDavid Letterman

"Today, the L.A. Times accused Arnold Schwarzenegger of groping six women. I'm telling ya, this guy is presidential material." óDavid Letterman

"In his apology, Arnold Schwarzenegger said he was sorry to the women that he groped, and he admitted that he had acted badly. Not only that, Arnold then apologized for acting badly in all of his movies." óConan O'Brien

"Arnold is now the front runner. Everyone was snickering about it a month ago, now it looks like he will be the next governor of California. He is so confident he has already chosen a body oil for the inauguration." óDavid Letterman

"Arnold Schwarzenegger is in some trouble. Today, the Los Angeles Times broke a story that quoted six women who claimed that Arnold Schwarzenegger sexually harassed them. When asked about it, President Clinton said 'six? That's not enough experience to be governor.'" óConan O'Brien

"Arnold said this is a last minute attack by Democrats. How did Arnold know to grope only Democrats?" óJay Leno

"All the other candidates are jumping on this. Like today, Cruz Bustamante said that during the debate he caught Arnold staring at his cleavage." óJay Leno

"Apparently, six women claim that Arnold Schwarzenegger groped them while working on his movies. Hats off to these women who admit they worked on Arnold's movies." óCraig Kilborn

"And then there were 133. With less than a week left in the campaign, Independent Arianna Huffington bowed to her poll numbers and dropped out of the California governor's race on Tuesday. Unfortunately, saying no to Arnold Schwarzenegger only makes him hornier." óJon Stewart

"Arnold Schwarzenegger got into a huge debate with Arianna Huffington about immigration ó going back and forth ó finally immigration came in and hauled them both away." óDavid Letterman

"Last night during the California gubernatorial debate, Arianna Huffington accused Arnold Schwarzenegger of not treating women well. Huffington may have a point because Arnold's response was 'shut up bitch.'" óConan O'Brien

"So, Arnold chooses to dispel rumors of misogyny by implying that he will kill Arianna Huffington in his next movie. Excellent." óJon Stewart, after Schwarzenegger said he had a perfect role for Huffington in "Terminator 4"

"You know, if he stinks, you can't go to the future and send somebody back to stop him." óJon Stewart on Schwarzenegger, at the Emmy awards.

"I have two questions about Arnold Schwarzenegger. What does he know, and when will he know it?" óBill Maher

"Over ten thousand people have signed a petition to recall Governor Schwarzenegger. I'm sorry, that is next year's joke." óCraig Kilborn

"Eunice Kennedy Shriver, President Kennedy's sister, endorsed Arnold Schwarzenegger, said he's not a womanizer. Of course by Kennedy standards that means he never drove one off a bridge." óBill Maher

"I have no idea what that was about, unless it was a genetic experiment to breed a bullet-proof Kennedy." óComedian Will Durst, on Schwarzenegger's marriage to Maria Shriver

"Last night, we had the first gubernatorial debate. Some people are criticizing Schwarzenegger for not going. They say Arnold goes around telling people he cares, everything is going to be great, forget about everything he did in the '70s. Hey, it worked for George Bush." óJay Leno

"Apparently 26 years ago, Arnold gave an interview to Oui magazine about his sex life. The good news is that Arnold is married to Maria Shriver and now that he's had a sex scandal, the Kennedy family has finally accepted him." óJay Leno

"Arnold Schwarzenegger has come out against gay marriage. He said marriage is a sacred union between a groupie and any number of body builders." óBill Maher

"The media is all over this Oui interview that Arnold did 25 years ago. Now, he's admitted he smoked pot, had group sex and didn't mind dating a girl that was out of shape and kind of fat if she satisfied him sexually. So, his handlers have stopped comparing him to Reagan and started comparing him to Clinton." óBill Maher

"Arnold is all over the map with this gay stuff. In the interview, he says men shouldn't feel like fags, his word, just because they want to have nice looking bodies. He said, 'I have no hang-ups about the fag business.' Boy, how about that, a guy who will stand up for gays while calling them fags. I think we have finally found the compassionate conservative." óBill Maher

"An old interview of Arnold Schwartzenegger has surfaced where he admits to smoking a lot of pot and having sex with hookers. Finally a Republican all Californians can get behind." óDavid Letterman

"Arnold Schwarzenegger made his tax returns public, [and] now there's a problem about him stretching the truth. Apparently under occupation he put down 'actor.'" óJay Leno

"It's been reported that some of Arnold Schwarzenegger's opponents have been circulating naked pictures of Arnold on the Internet. Yeah, in a related story, Arnold is leading the other candidates by four inches." óConan O'Brien

"It looks like it's going to be Arnold Schwarzenegger or Gray Davis. You got a robot from the future or a robot with no future." óJay Leno

"Now see, a lot of critics are saying Arnold can't get elected because he's just an ambitious guy with a famous name, who doesn't know anything about running the government. Didn't hurt George Bush." óJay Leno

"Earlier today, Arnold Schwarzenegger criticized the California school system, calling it disastrous. Arnold says California's schools are so bad that its graduates are willing to vote for me." óConan O'Brien

"Today Arnold Schwarzenegger made another major announcement. He said his lieutenant governor will be Xena, Warrior Princess." óJay Leno

"Arnold was on the 'Today' show today, he was a little light on specifics. He said he could solve California's $38 billion budget deficit, without cutting spending or raising taxes because there was a third way. What is it? Let's just say it involves a robot going back in time to convince Gray Davis to go into dentistry." óBill Maher

"President Bush is supporting Arnold but a lot of Republicans are not, because he is actually quite liberal. Karl Rove said if his father wasn't a Nazi, he wouldn't have any credibility with conservatives at all." óBill Maher

"Arnold Schwarzenegger campaigned in New York this week, where he stepped up his controversial goal of helping children.... It's all summed up in his campaign slogan, 'Arnold Schwarzenegger: Cutting violence in half with a laser-guided chain gun across a charred landscape ó for the children.'" óJon Stewart

"People are starting to forget about Florida, and all the hard work we Floridians did to become the top national laughingstock. Well, I have a message for you Californians: We're not going to take this lying down. You're in the limelight now, but there's another presidential election coming, and we're going to be ready. We're bringing back the chads." óDave Barry

"Here's a little known fact ó Arnold is the first body builder to run for governor since Janet Reno." óDavid Letterman

"Critics say Arnold has no previous government experience, but advisers say he's clearly the most qualified Austrian, ex-Mr. Universe in the race." óCraig Kilborn

"Even Arnold's adviser says he was shocked by his decision to run. I mean, his people were backstage that night and they had no idea. He totally fooled them. Who knew Arnold was that good of an actor? If he had done that in a movie, he'd have an Academy Award by now." óJay Leno

"People here in Los Angeles are disgusted now about a sex scandal involving Arnold Schwarzenegger. Apparently for seven years, he carried on a sexual relationship with his own wife." óCraig Kilborn

"Arnold Schwarzenegger announced that he is going to run for governor on our program last night. My staff didn't know, Arnold's staff didn't know, I was shocked as everyone else. If he doesn't get elected governor, maybe he should work for the CIA. I mean, he can keep a secret better than they can." óJay Leno

"Yesterday, Arnold Schwarzenegger announced he would run for governor of California. The announcement was good news for Florida residents who now live in the second flakiest state in the country." óConan O'Brien

"Apparently Arnold was inspired by President Bush, who proved you can be a successful politician in this country even if English is your second language." óConan O'Brien

"The big political news, Arnold Schwarzenegger announced he's running for governor of California, and already, people are chanting, 'Four more vowels, four more vowels.'" óCraig Kilborn

"They're saying Arnold will get 95% of the vote. At least according to his brother, Jeb Schwarzenegger." óCraig Kilborn

"If Arnold is elected, you know who I'd feel sorry for? The people on death row. Imagine, you're about to be executed, the governor calls, you think it's your reprieve, and you hear 'Hasta la vista, baby.'" óJay Leno

"Yesterday Jerry Springer bowed out of the Ohio Senate race. He said, 'If I can't run the most embarrassing campaign in America, then I'm out of here.'" óCraig Kilborn

"It's official, Arnold said he will enter the race for governor. At least that's what everybody thinks he said." óDavid Letterman

"President Bush has been silent on Schwarzenegger. Of course, he can't pronounce Schwarzenegger." óDavid Letterman

"Critics have noted Schwarzenegger's only previous government experience was serving under President Bush senior as Chairman of the Council of Physical Fitness, a largely symbolic office, where Schwarzenegger's only responsibility was doing hundreds of jumping jacks he was going to do anyway." óJon Stewart

"Schwarzenegger said last night on the show he expects his opponents to throw all kinds of dirt at him. And you know, it's started already. Today, they released the one thing that could really hurt Arnold. Turns out he once starred in a movie with Tom Arnold." óJay Leno

"Finally, a candidate who can explain the Bush administration's positions on civil liberties in the original German." óBill Maher, on Arnold Schwarzenegger

"Yes, in baseball when the team stinks, you fire the manager. But you don't fire him because it rains. And you don't let the opposing team choose a new manager for you. And you don't fire him between innings. And replace him with a Viennese weightlifter." óBill Maher

"California is choosing between the lesser of, uh, 300 evils." óJon Stewart

"Arnold Schwarzenegger announced he's running for governor. He's got a great slogan ó 'Vote for me, or I'll make 'Kindergarten Cop II....He's got a really stiff opponent ó the English language."' óCraig Kilborn

"Arnold Schwarzenegger has still not officially bowed out of this race. It looks like he's not gonna run. But I'll tell ya, if Arnold does run, he better get on the ballot, because you don't want a write-in with a name like Arnold Schwarzenegger. Because people will go ó 'Schwarz, schwarz, oh Davis is easier.'" óJay Leno

"The Sacramento Bee is reporting that Arnold Schwarzenegger is not going to run for governor. You know what would be better? Arnold should do what he does in the Terminator movies. He should go back in time and prevent Gray Davis from ever being born. That way you wouldn't have the problem." óJay Leno

"There's all this talk about Arnold Schwarzenegger. Well, you know where he is now? Visiting Mexico, which I think means that he is definitely going to run for governor. Arnold is smart. He's in Mexico campaigning with the very people who'll be living here by election time." óJay Leno

"I went to see the Terminator movie the other night. Every time Arnold Schwarzenegger came on the screen this guy in front of me went 'Booo! Booo!' and was throwing stuff. I had to say 'Governor Davis just shut up and sit down!'" óJay Leno






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