Laurel is a big Doonesbury comic fan, as am I. But she was unaware, until I pointed it out to her, that the Doonesbury series about Schwarzenegger’s investigation of himself, seeking to find out whether he truly groped women who didn’t want to be groped, was absolutely based on truth (click on dates before and after the link above to get the full Doonesbury take on the story). The governor of California really is investigating himself, which goes to prove the cliché that truth is stranger than fiction.
For additional confirmation, check out this recent CNN story on the subject. Wonderfully, the article says, “Prior to the election, Schwarzenegger issued a blanket apology to anyone he offended, and he said that after the election, he wanted to look into the complaints. But he said Tuesday that the vow to investigate the charges ‘was meant much more for me, that I wanted to look into it myself.’ He said, ‘And so that doesn't mean that I won't do that. But the bottom line is, right now, I'm focusing on this [governing California?], and there is no investigation.’”