Schwarzenegger, in Copenhagen for the U.N. climate change summit, questioned the motivation behind Palin's recent op-eds blasting the Obama administration's cap and trade policy, equating her position to a publicity stunt.
"You have to ask: what was she trying to accomplish?"
Schwarzenegger told the Financial Times in an interview. "Is she really interested in this subject or is she interested in her career and in winning the (Republican presidential) nomination? You have to take all these things with a grain of salt."
Knocking Sarah, and supporting Obama...that's what big dumb RHINOs do, I suppose....
Schwarzenegger also took what appeared to be a veiled shot at Palin on ABC's "Good Morning America" Tuesday, dismissing her calls for Obama to boycott the talks in Copenhagen.
"I think there are people that just don't believe in fixing and working on the environment," he said. "They don't believe there is such a thing as global warming, they're still living in the Stone Age, which is OK, we need people like that, too," he said.
Sarah in the Stone Age?? Don't mock the hunter with the sharpest spear....
Schwarzenegger told ABC that world policymakers do not have to choose between a clean environment and economic growth.
"We've proved that over and over again in California," he said.
What? Dude - California is a failed state, overrun by illegal immigrants and welfare recipients whose ability to get services for free is hampered by a fleeing population and a smothering regulatory system -primarily, but not entirely, environmental - that is choking the ability of new businesses to open, operate and contribute to the economy.
If you've proven anything, Arnold, it's that your type of clean environment is a job killer, a state killer, and potentially a nation-killer.
Well, Sarah knocks this steakhead down to size:
Why is Governor Schwarzenegger pushing for the same sorts of policies in Copenhagen that have helped drive his state into record deficits and unemployment? Perhaps he will recall that I live in our nation’s only Arctic state and that I was among the first governors to create a sub-cabinet to deal specifically with climate change. While I and all Alaskans witness the impacts of changes in weather patterns firsthand, I have repeatedly said that we can’t primarily blame man’s activities for those changes. And while I did look for practical responses to those changes, what I didn’t do was hamstring Alaska’s job creators with burdensome regulations so that I could act “greener than thou” when talking to reporters.
Didn't this economic terminator learn anything about messing with women named Sarah?
...time to go RHINO-hunting....