From the CDP:
In Sunday's New York Times Magazine, Governor Schwarzenegger said he was "'perfectly fine' despite the fiscal debacle and personal heartsickness all around him. 'Someone else might walk out of here every day depressed, but I don't walk out of here depressed,' Schwarzenegger said. Whatever happens, 'I will sit down in my Jacuzzi tonight,' he said. 'I'm going to lay back with a stogie.'" (Mark Leibovich, New York Times Magazine, 7/5/09)
California Democratic Party Chairman John Burton had this response to the governor's comments:
"Sadly, the governor has once again displayed a shocking lack of sensitivity to the human suffering his budget will cause Californians.
"Proposing a budget that would deprive 900,000 children of health care and force 400,000 aged, blind and disabled into nursing homes is no joking matter. It's the shame of our state.
"The governor owes the people of California an apology. He also owes them a more humane budget crafted in conjunction with our Democratic leaders."