Schwarzenegger's New Book is The Truth
October 2, 2012 By Billy Delgado

One of my favorite quotes of all-time is from Arnold Schwarzenegger in the movie Commando.

Holding onto one of the villain's legs while dangling him over a cliff, Arnold asks the villain, "Remember, Sully, when I promised to kill you last?"

The panicked villain cries, "That's right, Matrix! You did!"

Schwarzenegger answers, "I lied." Then, he let's go of the villain who plummets to his death.

Arnold Schwarzenegger could have used this line to sum up the theme of his life marriage to now ex-wife, Maria Shriver.

Arnold: "Remember, Maria when I said I would love and honor you all the days of my life?"

Maria: "That's right, Arnold! You did!"

Arnold: "I lied..."

It could also easily be the title to his next movie and sequel, True Lies part 2. Ok, ok, ok, I'm beating a dead horse.

And apparently, Arnold preferred it this way sometimes.

On "60 Minutes," to promote his new book, Total Recall: My Unbelievably True Life Story, Schwarzenegger claimed to have hidden numerous secrets from his wife of 25 years. From trying to conceal open heart surgery (though I don't think he thought through how to hide the GIGANTIC scar on his chest post-surgery), to running for Governor to the marriage-ending, hard-to-fathom affair with housekeeper, Mildred Baena, he spilled it all.

Schwarzenegger also confessed to having several other affairs. He simply explained, "that's the way I handle things. And it has always worked out." One can only hope that's not the way he handled his position as California's governor.

It's sad, on Maria's part, that she gave up her TV journalism career to help in her husband's campaign for office and defend his "innocence" when he was accused of groping many women in his early career.

About 7 to 8 years after his affair with Mildred Baena, Schwarzenegger began to notice that her son, Joseph, closely resembled him (he really does look like his Mini-Me) and he began to send Baena child support.

Schwarzenegger also revealed the couple went to a marriage counselor in an attempt to transition back to "normal life" from politics. According to Schwarzenegger, it was there when Maria Shriver would say "Hey, I think that Joseph is your kid..."

Schwarzenegger also confirmed a steamy affair with actress Brigitte Nielsen on the '80s movie set of Red Sonja. What Schwarzenegger looks to gain from describing his affair with her as "hot," we don't know but apparently it was a fling that helped him make decide to marry Shriver, whom he hopes to reconcile to now.

Visitor Comments (1)
The Nerve!
Posted By LINGOSO on October 14, 2012
Arnold is disgusting buffoon a moron at its finest, and to sum it all up an idiot. When he ran for governor and won I thought to myself, if he could do that then skies the limit, when they say, you can do anything if you put your mind to it I can say I firmly believed that quote. I am most upset at the fact that his book will be a best seller, people will go crazy to know what happened behind the scenes, these insider stories A.K.A tell alls are just like reality TV for book buffs. He will yet make another million of his life and be even more worshipped at his efforts to marry his ex wife again. He really has some nerve and is in deep need of prayer. Good article.
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