Thursday, October 25, 2007

Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger Claire Shipman VIDEO

Claire Shipman From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Claire Shipman is the senior national correspondent for the ABC American television show, "Good Morning America". She joined ABC News in May 2001. She also frequently contributes to other ABC News programs such as "World News Tonight," "Nightline," and has appeared as a panelist on "This Week with George Stephanopoulos."
Before joining ABC News, she was a White House correspondent for NBC News.

She has been a substitute anchor on "Good Morning America" and "World News Tonight."

Claire attended Worthington High School in Worthington, Ohio, and graduated in 1980. In 2006, she was recognized by Worthington Schools as a Distinguished Alumni during Convocation.

She is a 1986 graduate of Columbia College of Columbia University and also holds a master's degree from Columbia's School of International and Public Affairs.

Divorced from former CNN Moscow bureau chief Steve Hurst, she is now married to Time Magazine White House correspondent Jay Carney. They have a son, Hugo, and a daughter.

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Political career of Arnold Schwarzenegger From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Arnold Schwarzenegger was first elected as Governor of California in the 2003 recall elections and won re-election in 2006. It is the first elected office he has held, but was appointed by President George H.W. Bush to the President's Council on Physical Fitness and Sports, in which he served from 1990 to 1993 and was Chairman of California Governor's Council on Physical Fitness and Sports under Governor Pete Wilson.

Schwarzenegger is a registered Republican, unusual among the often heavily liberal Democratic Hollywood community. He describes himself as fiscally conservative and socially moderate (i.e., he is pro-choice and supports taxpayer-funded embryonic stem cell research). Schwarzenegger backed Republican President Ronald Reagan (another movie star turned politician) while Reagan was in office, and campaigned for George H.W. Bush in 1988. However, he chastised fellow Republicans during the impeachment of Bill Clinton in 1998. Sensing an opportunity to affect the outcome of the 2004 Presidential race, Schwarzenegger campaigned in Ohio for Republican George W. Bush in the closing days of the campaign.

In an interview on October 29, 2002, with MSNBC's Chris Matthews at Chapman University, Schwarzenegger explained why he is a Republican:
"Well, I think because a lot of people don't know why I'm a Republican, I came first of all from a socialistic country which is Austria and when I came over here in 1968 with the presidential elections coming up in November, I came over in October, I heard a lot of the press conferences from both of the candidates Humphrey and Nixon, and Humphrey was talking about more government is the solution, protectionism, and everything he said about government involvement sounded to me more like Social Democratic Party of Austrian socialism.

Then when I heard Nixon talk about it, he said open up the borders, the consumers should be represented there ultimately and strengthen the military and get the government off our backs. I said to myself, what is this guy's party affiliation? I didn't know anything at that point. So I asked my friend, what is Nixon? He's a Republican. And I said, I am a Republican. That's how I became a Republican."
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