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Police: Schwarzenegger lacks motorcycle license

By STEVE LAWRENCE

The Associated Press

SACRAMENTO, Calif. - Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger was riding his
motorcycle illegally over the weekend when he collided with a car in
his Los Angeles neighborhood, police said Tuesday.

Police Lt. Paul Vernon said Schwarzenegger does not have the proper
endorsement on his driver's license to operate a motorcycle. He said
police did not ticket the governor because they arrived after the
accident, which caused Schwarzenegger to suffer a cut on his upper lip
that required 15 stitches.

Instead, officers referred their findings to the Los Angeles city
attorney's office, which will determine whether the governor should be
cited. Driving a motorcycle without the proper license can result in
fines ranging from $100 to $250 or more.

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Discussion Starter · #2 ·
On 11 Jan 2006 02:41:21 -0800, "Learning Richard"
<[email protected]> wrote:

> Police: Schwarzenegger lacks motorcycle license
>
>By STEVE LAWRENCE
>
>The Associated Press
>
>SACRAMENTO, Calif. - Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger was riding his
>motorcycle illegally over the weekend when he collided with a car in
>his Los Angeles neighborhood, police said Tuesday.
>
>Police Lt. Paul Vernon said Schwarzenegger does not have the proper
>endorsement on his driver's license to operate a motorcycle. He said
>police did not ticket the governor because they arrived after the
>accident, which caused Schwarzenegger to suffer a cut on his upper lip
>that required 15 stitches.
>
>Instead, officers referred their findings to the Los Angeles city
>attorney's office, which will determine whether the governor should be
>cited. Driving a motorcycle without the proper license can result in
>fines ranging from $100 to $250 or more.
>
>...


And of course, the gov's spokesperson says Swarzenegger "will move
forward to get the appropriate endorsement".



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Discussion Starter · #3 ·
Learning Richard wrote:
> Police: Schwarzenegger lacks motorcycle license
>
> By STEVE LAWRENCE
>
> The Associated Press
>
> SACRAMENTO, Calif. - Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger was riding his
> motorcycle illegally over the weekend when he collided with a car in
> his Los Angeles neighborhood, police said Tuesday.
>
> Police Lt. Paul Vernon said Schwarzenegger does not have the proper
> endorsement on his driver's license to operate a motorcycle. He said
> police did not ticket the governor because they arrived after the
> accident, which caused Schwarzenegger to suffer a cut on his upper lip
> that required 15 stitches.
>
> Instead, officers referred their findings to the Los Angeles city
> attorney's office, which will determine whether the governor should be
> cited. Driving a motorcycle without the proper license can result in
> fines ranging from $100 to $250 or more.


Newsflash: laws don't apply to governors, presidents or the cops.
 
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Discussion Starter · #4 ·
In article <[email protected]>,
"Learning Richard" <[email protected]> wrote:

> Police: Schwarzenegger lacks motorcycle license
>
> By STEVE LAWRENCE
>
> The Associated Press
>
> SACRAMENTO, Calif. - Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger was riding his
> motorcycle illegally over the weekend when he collided with a car in
> his Los Angeles neighborhood, police said Tuesday.
>
> Police Lt. Paul Vernon said Schwarzenegger does not have the proper
> endorsement on his driver's license to operate a motorcycle. He said
> police did not ticket the governor because they arrived after the
> accident, which caused Schwarzenegger to suffer a cut on his upper lip
> that required 15 stitches.
>
> Instead, officers referred their findings to the Los Angeles city
> attorney's office, which will determine whether the governor should be
> cited. Driving a motorcycle without the proper license can result in
> fines ranging from $100 to $250 or more.
>
> ...


Just goes to show ya. A gov can do almost anything he pleases just like
the rest of us, that is until he gets caught. Now let's try him in the
public arena and let him be fodder for his opponents to chew up, unlike
the rest of us that would only get a ticket and $100 fine.

BTW, the guy that backed his car out of the driveway without looking and
seeing the gov, what did he get??
--
"Once you learn to quit, it becomes a habit."

Vince Lombardi
 
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Discussion Starter · #5 ·
On Wed, 11 Jan 2006 14:08:07 GMT, The beneVolent dbu
<[email protected]> wrote:

>In article <[email protected]>,
> "Learning Richard" <[email protected]> wrote:
>
>> Police: Schwarzenegger lacks motorcycle license
>>
>> By STEVE LAWRENCE
>>
>> The Associated Press
>>
>> SACRAMENTO, Calif. - Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger was riding his
>> motorcycle illegally over the weekend when he collided with a car in
>> his Los Angeles neighborhood, police said Tuesday.
>>
>> Police Lt. Paul Vernon said Schwarzenegger does not have the proper
>> endorsement on his driver's license to operate a motorcycle. He said
>> police did not ticket the governor because they arrived after the
>> accident, which caused Schwarzenegger to suffer a cut on his upper lip
>> that required 15 stitches.
>>
>> Instead, officers referred their findings to the Los Angeles city
>> attorney's office, which will determine whether the governor should be
>> cited. Driving a motorcycle without the proper license can result in
>> fines ranging from $100 to $250 or more.
>>
>> ...

>
>Just goes to show ya. A gov can do almost anything he pleases just like
>the rest of us, that is until he gets caught. Now let's try him in the
>public arena and let him be fodder for his opponents to chew up, unlike
>the rest of us that would only get a ticket and $100 fine.\


Of course, were he to have been a demonrat, you'd be all over this
like stink on shit.

>BTW, the guy that backed his car out of the driveway without looking and
>seeing the gov, what did he get??


Ticketed, dumbass,

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Discussion Starter · #6 ·
In article <[email protected]>,
Gary L. Burnore <[email protected]> wrote:


> Ticketed, dumbass,


I am once again going to report you to the department of annoyances
because you are.

Eventually a history of you will be compiled. You will hear a knock on
your door some evening and it will be the annoyance patrol. They will
haul your dead ass off into the night for interrogation and which they
will have found they wasted their time because you are too stupid to
know anything of any consequence. Later, you will be brought before a
federal magistrate who will hold a preliminary hearing. Ultimately you
will be found guilty of annoyances and be locked up along with other
annoying people. This will be good therapy as you will each learn from
the other, face to face. There even may be some physical altercations.
The guards at these facilities I'm told do not intervene in these minor
disturbances even if one of the guests get the shit kicked out of him.

Good luck

John Smith
--
"Once you learn to quit, it becomes a habit."

Vince Lombardi
 
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Discussion Starter · #8 ·
The beneVolent dbu wrote:
> In article <[email protected]>,
> Gary L. Burnore <[email protected]> wrote:
>
>
> > Ticketed, dumbass,

>
> I am once again going to report you to the department of annoyances
> because you are.


Funny how the neocons are so paranoid that they take this and run with
it so handily.

>
> Eventually a history of you will be compiled. You will hear a knock on
> your door some evening and it will be the annoyance patrol. They will
> haul your dead ass off into the night for interrogation and which they
> will have found they wasted their time because you are too stupid to
> know anything of any consequence. Later, you will be brought before a
> federal magistrate who will hold a preliminary hearing. Ultimately you
> will be found guilty of annoyances and be locked up along with other
> annoying people. This will be good therapy as you will each learn from
> the other, face to face. There even may be some physical altercations.
> The guards at these facilities I'm told do not intervene in these minor
> disturbances even if one of the guests get the shit kicked out of him.
>
> Good luck
>
> John Smith
> --
> "Once you learn to quit, it becomes a habit."
>
> Vince Lombardi
 
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Discussion Starter · #9 ·
"FanJet" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:[email protected]
> Learning Richard wrote:
>> Police: Schwarzenegger lacks motorcycle license
>>
>> By STEVE LAWRENCE
>>
>> The Associated Press
>>
>> SACRAMENTO, Calif. - Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger was riding his
>> motorcycle illegally over the weekend when he collided with a car in
>> his Los Angeles neighborhood, police said Tuesday.
>>
>> Police Lt. Paul Vernon said Schwarzenegger does not have the proper
>> endorsement on his driver's license to operate a motorcycle. He said
>> police did not ticket the governor because they arrived after the
>> accident, which caused Schwarzenegger to suffer a cut on his upper lip
>> that required 15 stitches.
>>
>> Instead, officers referred their findings to the Los Angeles city
>> attorney's office, which will determine whether the governor should be
>> cited. Driving a motorcycle without the proper license can result in
>> fines ranging from $100 to $250 or more.

>
> Newsflash: laws don't apply to governors, presidents or the cops.


Similarly, commonsense doesn't apply to DEMONrats, LIEbrawls and other forms
of ******* and surrender monkeys.


>
 
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Discussion Starter · #10 ·
"Learning Richard" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:[email protected]
>
> The beneVolent dbu wrote:
>> In article <[email protected]>,
>> Gary L. Burnore <[email protected]> wrote:
>>
>>
>> > Ticketed, dumbass,

>>
>> I am once again going to report you to the department of annoyances
>> because you are.

>
> Funny how the neocons are so paranoid that they take this and run with
> it so handily.


Funny how the DEMONrats/LIEbrawls/*******/surrender monkeys are so totally
devoid of any sense of humour (ANY sense, for that matter) that they don't
recognize subtle humour when they see it.


>
>>
>> Eventually a history of you will be compiled. You will hear a knock on
>> your door some evening and it will be the annoyance patrol. They will
>> haul your dead ass off into the night for interrogation and which they
>> will have found they wasted their time because you are too stupid to
>> know anything of any consequence. Later, you will be brought before a
>> federal magistrate who will hold a preliminary hearing. Ultimately you
>> will be found guilty of annoyances and be locked up along with other
>> annoying people. This will be good therapy as you will each learn from
>> the other, face to face. There even may be some physical altercations.
>> The guards at these facilities I'm told do not intervene in these minor
>> disturbances even if one of the guests get the shit kicked out of him.
>>
>> Good luck
>>
>> John Smith
>> --
>> "Once you learn to quit, it becomes a habit."
>>
>> Vince Lombardi

>
 
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Discussion Starter · #12 ·
>> Republicans are above the law.

> DEMONrats/LIEbrawls/*******/surrender monkeys are beneath contempt.

I knew that you'd agree with me. As a right wingnut, you'd never call
for the law to be enforced against another Republican.
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www.cafepress.com/bush_doggers
 
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Discussion Starter · #13 ·
[email protected] wrote:
> >> Republicans are above the law.

>
> > DEMONrats/LIEbrawls/*******/surrender monkeys are beneath contempt.

> I knew that you'd agree with me. As a right wingnut, you'd never call
> for the law to be enforced against another Republican.
> ------------------------------------------------
> Republicans: Weak on Crime. Weak on Defense.
> http:://defendUSA.blogspot.com
> www.cafepress.com/bush_doggers


WOO HOO you go boy.
 
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Discussion Starter · #14 ·
The beneVolent dbu wrote:
> In article <[email protected]>,
> "Learning Richard" <[email protected]> wrote:
>
> > Police: Schwarzenegger lacks motorcycle license
> >
> > By STEVE LAWRENCE
> >
> > The Associated Press
> >
> > SACRAMENTO, Calif. - Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger was riding his
> > motorcycle illegally over the weekend when he collided with a car in
> > his Los Angeles neighborhood, police said Tuesday.
> >
> > Police Lt. Paul Vernon said Schwarzenegger does not have the proper
> > endorsement on his driver's license to operate a motorcycle. He said
> > police did not ticket the governor because they arrived after the
> > accident, which caused Schwarzenegger to suffer a cut on his upper lip
> > that required 15 stitches.
> >
> > Instead, officers referred their findings to the Los Angeles city
> > attorney's office, which will determine whether the governor should be
> > cited. Driving a motorcycle without the proper license can result in
> > fines ranging from $100 to $250 or more.
> >
> > ...

>
> Just goes to show ya. A gov can do almost anything he pleases just like
> the rest of us, that is until he gets caught. Now let's try him in the
> public arena and let him be fodder for his opponents to chew up, unlike
> the rest of us that would only get a ticket and $100 fine.
>
> BTW, the guy that backed his car out of the driveway without looking and
> seeing the gov, what did he get??


Reports state that the driver backing out looked at ahnold and kept
backing...
Brentwood has some major issues with private shrubery blocking views
and covering the public right-of-way.
The LAPD took a long time to respond, as ahnold was gone by then.
His CHP guards are at fault for not checking his DL for bike status,
and not ticketing the woman BACKING OUT into the street without
caution.

JG
 
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Discussion Starter · #15 ·
In article <[email protected]>,
[email protected] wrote:

> The beneVolent dbu wrote:
> > In article <[email protected]>,
> > "Learning Richard" <[email protected]> wrote:
> >
> > > Police: Schwarzenegger lacks motorcycle license
> > >
> > > By STEVE LAWRENCE
> > >
> > > The Associated Press
> > >
> > > SACRAMENTO, Calif. - Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger was riding his
> > > motorcycle illegally over the weekend when he collided with a car in
> > > his Los Angeles neighborhood, police said Tuesday.
> > >
> > > Police Lt. Paul Vernon said Schwarzenegger does not have the proper
> > > endorsement on his driver's license to operate a motorcycle. He said
> > > police did not ticket the governor because they arrived after the
> > > accident, which caused Schwarzenegger to suffer a cut on his upper lip
> > > that required 15 stitches.
> > >
> > > Instead, officers referred their findings to the Los Angeles city
> > > attorney's office, which will determine whether the governor should be
> > > cited. Driving a motorcycle without the proper license can result in
> > > fines ranging from $100 to $250 or more.
> > >
> > > ...

> >
> > Just goes to show ya. A gov can do almost anything he pleases just like
> > the rest of us, that is until he gets caught. Now let's try him in the
> > public arena and let him be fodder for his opponents to chew up, unlike
> > the rest of us that would only get a ticket and $100 fine.
> >
> > BTW, the guy that backed his car out of the driveway without looking and
> > seeing the gov, what did he get??

>
> Reports state that the driver backing out looked at ahnold and kept
> backing...
> Brentwood has some major issues with private shrubery blocking views
> and covering the public right-of-way.
> The LAPD took a long time to respond, as ahnold was gone by then.
> His CHP guards are at fault for not checking his DL for bike status,
> and not ticketing the woman BACKING OUT into the street without
> caution.
>
> JG


Well, thankyou for that bit of information.

It sounds and looks to me like a minor traffic accident which should
have been taken care of by the local PD. Arnold should have had a M/C
endorsement. The person backing out should have been more careful.
Hopefully tickets were issued to both parties and they have paid or will
pay the fines and have taken a corrective action as to their respective
defects in operating a motor vehicle. Arnold get your MC endorsement
right NOW!! Shame on you, and to have your minor child riding while you
are not qualified to drive a MC is unspeakable. It is commendable that
Arnold and his son were wearing helmets. To the other person, you
should have your eyes checked and/or trim your bushes and be more
careful backing out of your driveway.

John Smith
--
"Once you learn to quit, it becomes a habit."

Vince Lombardi
 
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Discussion Starter · #17 ·
I'm sure he can afford the fine

Now why don't you stop posting subjects IN CAPS?


Learning Richard wrote:
> Instead, officers referred their findings to the Los Angeles city
> attorney's office, which will determine whether the governor should be
> cited. Driving a motorcycle without the proper license can result in
> fines ranging from $100 to $250 or more.
>
> ...
 
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Discussion Starter · #18 ·
"Learning Richard" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:[email protected]
> Police: Schwarzenegger lacks motorcycle license
>
> By STEVE LAWRENCE
>
> The Associated Press
>
> SACRAMENTO, Calif. - Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger was riding his
> motorcycle illegally over the weekend when he collided with a car in
> his Los Angeles neighborhood, police said Tuesday.
>
> Police Lt. Paul Vernon said Schwarzenegger does not have the proper
> endorsement on his driver's license to operate a motorcycle. He said
> police did not ticket the governor because they arrived after the
> accident, which caused Schwarzenegger to suffer a cut on his upper lip
> that required 15 stitches.
>
> Instead, officers referred their findings to the Los Angeles city
> attorney's office, which will determine whether the governor should be
> cited. Driving a motorcycle without the proper license can result in
> fines ranging from $100 to $250 or more.
>
> ...
>


He was saved by the sidecar.

http://www.latimes.com/news/local/la-me-fatlip10jan10,1,3695301.story?coll=la-headlines-california
 
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