Are Schwarzenegger and Limbaugh Together Again?
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Governor Schwarzenegger went on the Rush Limbaugh program today. Limbaugh still accused him of compromising Republican principals. Is Schwarzenegger a Republican, a Democrat--or something in between? Is ideology a hindrance to governing? Also, the first Persian mayor of an American city, Jimmy Delshad of Beverly Hills.
Schwarzenegger and Limbaugh, Together Again? ()
Governor Schwarzenegger got 90% of the Republican vote last year in California and Rush Limbaugh has 10 million listeners nationwide. Lately, they've been calling each other names. After Limbaugh said Schwarzenegger had betrayed conservative principles, the Governor called the radio host "irrelevant." Limbaugh then called Schwarzenegger a "sell-out." Today, they went head to head on Limbaugh's program. We find out what happened and whether it's "relevant" for politics in California.
A New Iranian Year and Mayor in Beverly Hills ()
Since the fall of the Shah in 1979, many Iranians have come to America. They are now 26% of the population of Beverly Hills. Early this month Jimmy Delshad was elected to his second term on the City Council after a campaign to become the first Persian Mayor. That's expected to happen next week.
- Jimmy Delshad: Vice Mayor of Beverly Hills
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