And the Lord said unto the Democrats... If thee wed with the tribe of the soiled, I will curse thee. And I will smite thee! Ye will be stricken with the uglies and the anorexias!
FINAL DIRT PUSH TAKES TOLL; CONCERN FOR MARIA'S HEALTH
A late barrage of negative reports directed at Arnold Schwarzenegger and his race to be governor of California are taking a toll on wife Maria Shriver, campaign insiders tell the DRUDGE REPORT.
"She is rail thin and has been suffering bouts of light-headed dizziness... she refuses to address it," one source said on Saturday.
One reporter covering the campaign for a local Los Angeles TV station watched as Shriver appeared on the verge of fainting backstage at a recent event.
"Her physical condition needs immediate attention," the on-air reporter, who asked not to be named, told DRUDGE.
Photographs show Shriver stressed, yet maintaining grace under fire as accusations against her husband fly from nearly every direction.
NEW YORK TIMES Op-Ed Queen Maureen Dowd is planning to title her upcoming Sunday column 'WIN ONE FOR THE GROPER.'
Dowd will write: "It was no surprise on Friday that Mr. S was backing off his promise to release those 'Springtime for Hitler' outtakes from George Butler's 1977 documentary "Pumping Iron." No dummy, he knew years ago his 'Nazi stuff' could be trouble. He bought up the incriminating evidence, 100 hours of histrionic interviews, for a mil, and worked with the Simon Wiesenthal Center, giving it a mil in guilt gelt."
London's DAILY MAIL on Saturday unloaded new shocking allegations by biographer Wendy Leigh, under the headline 'DARK SIDE OF ARNIE.'
The 4,000 word story makes this week's LOS ANGELES TIMES splash on Arnold's alleged womanizing look G-rated by comparison.
"I have spoken exclusively to a woman who was subjected to a terrifying assault by Arnold when they were working together on one of his films," Leigh writes.
Leigh does not name the woman, "as she still works in Hollywood and is petrified of repercussions."
"'I worked on a film with Arnold in the years after his marriage to Maria Shriver,' Leigh quotes the woman as saying. "'We were in the studio and he followed me into the women's toilets.
"'It was scary as he is such a big, tall man. He grabbed me from behind and picked me up off the ground -- I was airborne. He wanted to have sex with me. He said: 'Come on, let's do it. You know how much I want you. I want to feel your t**s and see if they are real.' He clamped his hand on one and wouldn't let go. He had his arms around me. I kept saying: 'No, no, no.' I was trying to get away from him, and he was trying to hold me."
The DAILY MAIL report was not to be made available online, publishing sources said.
Leigh, who wrote the 1990 book "Arnold: An Unauthorized Biography," raises publicly, for the first time, unsubstantiated claims that Arnold fathered a love child with an airline stewardess.
"'I haven't eaten or slept for two days since a reporter from the Los Angeles Times called at my door and asked me about it," the woman [named in the DAILY MAIL] tells Leigh. "'There is a picture out there and they say that my son looks like Arnold. But he looks like my husband. It is incredibly hurtful for people to be saying these things about my family.'"
Leigh, refusing to stand down, closes her story by adding: "On Monday, in the second part of this series, I will reveal the truth about his vicious contempt for the very fans who will be voting for him next week."