The Week In Politics: Arnold Schwarzenegger’s Divorce & Other Fun Stuff

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Maria Shriver Arnold Schwarzenegger Divorce

Arnold Schwarzenegger and his wife of 25 years, Maria Shriver, have separated.

Maria Shriver & Arnold Schwarzenegger Divorce News

OMG… Not surprising at all. I can’t believe it’s lasted as long as it has. Or that the relationship formed in the first place. A hardcore democrat married to a hardcore republican? That’s just asking for trouble.*

Anywho, in other political news…

Congressman Aaron Schock’s Shirtless, Sexy Magazine Cover

United States Representative of Illinois’ 18th congressional district, Aaron Schock, is “schockingly” sexy. Seriously. Check out his shirtless pics in Men’s Health:

Aaron Schock Shirtless

Check out those rock-hard abs. Yum.

Men’s Health named Rep. Schock “America’s Fittest Congressman,” which, if you think about it,  can’t really be a very hard title to nab. Especially given the fact that Schock is currently the youngest U.S. representative, and the only one still in his 20’s (until May 29, at least).

Still, though, not bad. Not bad at all. I’d bone, for sure.

Take a look at Aaron Schock’s competition. New York Congressman, Jerrold Nadler:
Jerrold Nadler Fat
Looks like the competition is definitely fierce!**

*Ok, maybe Schwarzenegger isn’t a “hardcore” Republican… I just like to be a little dramatic.
**Jerry may or may not have lost weight since being captured in this stunning photograph. It is from 2007. But once a fatty, always a fatty. – Wise words of the day. My gift to you. You’re welcome.

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2 comments on “The Week In Politics: Arnold Schwarzenegger’s Divorce & Other Fun Stuff
  1. Debra its Aaron H. I wouldnt call Arnold a hardcore Republican. He was always a softy when it came to social issues like gay marriage and abortion, probably because his wife wouldnt have sex with him if he didnt. And secondly he never was a Reaganite when it came to low taxes and lowering spending. So I would look into someone’s political background before you start defining people. But thanks for thinking about me when writing this. :)