Schwarzenegger: Whore Comment Unacceptable

Friday, 15 Oct 2010 12:42 PM

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Republican California Gov. Arnold  is apparently less forgiving of the infamous “whore” remark than the Republican candidate for his job Meg Whitman. She accepted Democratic candidate Jerry Brown’s apology for his aide having called her a “whore.” But Schwarzenegger is upset, The Hill reports.

In a Twitter conveSchwarzenegger, whitman, whore, commentrsation with a follower Thursday, the governor wrote, “That word is unacceptable." As for Whitman, she said on CNN Thursday, “Californians deserve better than the traditional politics of slurs and personal attacks, but I accept his apology,” Politico reports.

The candidates should get back to “the issues, and which candidate is going to be better equipped to jump-start the economy,” she said.





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