Throwing Down the Paddle
California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger has agreed to a challenge from a potential campaign donor. The donor, an 80-year-old Sacramento man, said he would donate to ...
California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger has agreed to a challenge from a potential campaign donor. The donor, an 80-year-old Sacramento man, said he would donate to Arnold's campaign -- but only if the governor would play him in a match of table tennis. (The octogenarian is a ping-pong champ.)
Arnold accepted the challenge, but a date for the Table Tennis Campaign Finance Deathmatch (our words, not theirs) has yet to be set.
Check back next week, when Arnold agrees to a game of badminton with a 90-year-old Oxnard woman.
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