Saturday, September 09, 2006

Can You Say Nazi, Children?

I knew you could.

There is supposedly a raging debate as to whether or not California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger was insensitive when he referred to Republican Assemblywoman Bonnie Garcia as "very hot." What's to debate? The guy is a lewd, crude, disgusting gold-plated troglodyte with a long history of groping women and otherwise offending common decency.

(Stage direction: Enter drooling.) "They all are very hot," Schwarzenegger said of Puerto Ricans and Cubans. "They have it, you know, part of the Black blood in them and part of the Latino blood in them that together makes it."

Makes it what, exactly? He's been in the United States for a long time. He is, inexplicably, the Governor of a large state. Can't he at least learn to speak the language? And why is he reinforcing stereotypes like these, that all Black and Latina women are indiscriminately "hot blooded?" I'm not sure that's a compliment, especially if he thinks it is.

Excuse me but um, shouldn't he be concerning himself with issues that affect the people of California instead of leching after women every chance he gets? Are we going to cut this creep slack forever because he's married to a Kennedy? He needs to be put out of my misery.



Katrice said...

No, we are not all hot-blooded. His focus is obviously in the wrong place. He was supposed to be a body-builder. Then he went and tried to act. He wasn't a good actor, so he figured he'd govern a large state. Anything can happen in America!

I did like the movie "True Lies" though.

heartinsanfrancisco said...

His focus is solely on booty. He is a disgrace to humanity, not just to Kholleefawnia. How could this happen?

"He wasn't a good actor" is really sugarcoating it, by the way. And it takes a lot to disgrace Hollywood.

Lex said...

I.C.E. to Govenor's Mansion!! He can join the other Nazi exiles in Argentina...with the hot blooded latinas (with little to no black blood, incidentally).

He's a jerk. Poor Kollefawnians.

He'll run for Congress next.

heartinsanfrancisco said...

Well, he's running for re-election as governor, but I doubt he'll bother with Congress -- he has bigger game in mind and is trying to change the requirement that presidents be born here. Uh oh. Now there is a truly chilling prospect.

And last I heard, blood was red. Everybody's. Could I be wrong about this?

katrice said...

I worked in a blood bank. It's all red.

Odat said...

I just can't stomach that man! He is a disgrace to all humankind...I feel sorry for you westcoastians....and I feel more sorry for his poor wife!


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heartinsanfrancisco said...


Except for Arnold's, of course. His is probably brown.


Please don't hate me, but I don't like her much either.


Benvenuto a mi blog. Grazie per vostra visita. Vostra Inglese e eccellente, ma mi Italiano e pidgin. Sono Italiana in mio cuore.

Michael C said...

As I fellow Californian, I have to say that I agree with you. I mean who the heck is running the PR for this dude? Ouch!

That's for visitin' my blog. I really enjoyed looking through some of your past posts and am definitely returning.

heartinsanfrancisco said...

Thank you! I'm enjoying yours, too.

I guess there's only so much Arnold's PR guys can do considering how big his mouth is, and the endless supply of cloven hooves to put in it.


How could 4 million Californians be so wrong?? Personally, I was rooting for Gary Coleman. :)

heartinsanfrancisco said...

And I was rooting for Minnie Mouse. But Gary Coleman would have been my next choice.

Thank you for your visit, Parlancheq! I followed the bread crumbs back, and your blog looks really good.

Anonymous said...

"They have it, you know, part of the Black blood in them and part of the Latino blood in them that together makes it."

I completely agree.

heartinsanfrancisco said...

Do you. Well, damn. Arnold, is that you?

Hey, thanks for your visit, Mark.

~Macarena~ said...

I hate that the woman said it was no big deal, she calls herself a hot Latina all the time. There's a big difference, ma'am!

And I can't believe "black blood" is acceptable. But if pointed out, I bet anyone who doesn't get it will think the correct term is "African American blood."


heartinsanfrancisco said...


Welcome to my blog. It's your first visit here!

I noticed that Ms. Garcia blew it off as no big deal and even tried to make it seem as if "passionate" referred to her feelings about her job. Puleese. Of course, politicians are not like the rest of us. We speak, they spin. And if she had said anything negative about Arnold, his storm troopers would probably have gang banged her or taken away her pass to the State ladies' room.

The whole concept of "blood" referring to ones race is absurd. Blood is red, and everyone on earth has a unique skin color. It's really time to put the notion that we are one thing or another, and that it matters, to rest.