Arnold Schwarzenegger vetoes gay marriage. Again.

Not much to say about this. Except that assholes will be assholes.

San Francisco Chronicle:

Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger on Friday carried out his promise to continue to veto gay marriage bills.

The Republican governor turned down a measure by Assemblyman Mark Leno, D-San Francisco, that would have lifted the state’s ban on same-sex marriages by defining marriage as a union between two persons, not just a man and a woman.

Schwarzenegger vetoed a similar Leno bill in 2005.

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    • oculus on October 13, 2007 at 9:26 am

    would send the President a bill, let the Pres. veto it, and just on sending the same bill.  Presto magico:  we are out of Iraq.

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  3. What’s it to him?  I mean really, they let a Republican and Democrat get married and as weird and unnatural and icky and against my beliefs as that is to ME, still has nothing to do with my marriage. His marriage on the other hand never would have happened if it had been made illegal. He needs to understand no one’s marriage is going to be OK with everyone so what is important  is the marriage be OK and possible to the two people involved. There are somethings in this life that are no one else’s business and marriage would be one of them.

  4. and voting for Republicans just isn’t cool.

    • documel on October 13, 2007 at 4:48 pm

    Most moderate (IQ?) Republicans claim to be libertarians–less government means more freedom–these vetoes prove Arnold is just your run of the mill vote whore. 

    Gay marriage–and divorce–is a civil right, yet these bastards encourage a lifestyle of promiscuity and STDs upon innocents.  Politics seems to attract the lowest common denominator.

    • pico on October 13, 2007 at 7:43 pm

    the legislative support for the bill increased over the last time it was proposed, so the trajectory is very much behind the same sex marriage.  Now it’s just a waiting game, unfortunately – but at least one we can risk being optimistic about.

    • oculus on October 13, 2007 at 10:16 pm

    equal protection for registered domestic partners?  If you disagree with the Presidential candidates who state marriage is a matter of religion, why do you disagree?

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