Garry South, the senior political advisor to California
Gray Davis, is circulating a National Enquirer story about
alleged marriage infidelities by Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Schwarzenegger, who has been mentioned as a
possible Republican candidate for governor against Davis in
2002, has not discussed the allegations or the Democratic
South also commented on reports that President George W. Bush
has be urged to help recruit the former Mr. Universe into the
race. "Really??!!," said South, "Inquiring
minds want to know how AH-nuhld's reported antics comport with
the president's campaign pledge to 'restore honor and dignity'
During the presidential race, Bush said he would bring honor
and dignity back to the White House, a thinly veiled swipe at
former President Clinton's ethics and legal
The Governor's office referred all questions about the story
to South, who was Davis' chief strategist for his race for
governor in 1998. South could not be reached for comment
for this story.
Republican's, for their part, were not so
Jeff Flint, a consultant with GOP firm Russo,
Marsh and Rogers, said, "It's interesting that the Democrats are now doing the same thing that they accused the Republicans of doing against Bill Clinton. So I guess it's ok to dig into someone's personal life if they are a
Republican if they are even thinking of running against
Charlie Davis, a veteran Republican activist, commented, "This is nothing more than the politics of personal destruction. The Democrats do it well. I guess we shouldn't be surprised anymore."
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