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09/18/2007

Shriver's hubby to keep gays unwed

by Jeremy Hooper

Just like he did back in 2005, California Gov. Schwarzenegger has announced that he'll veto the recently passed legislation that would have legalized same-sex marriage in the Golden State:

Schwarzenegger Says He Will Veto Gay Marriage Bill [AP via cbs 13]

In a related story: Just like they will do in 2030, Californians of 2040, 2050, and all future decades have announced that they'll veto the portion of their minds that could've, would've, should've remembered Arnold as a civil rights pioneer and hero.  A shame, that.

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despite having mixed feelings on this subject, sad to know it is still sooooo controversial

Posted by: NYC324 | Sep 18, 2007 2:26:58 PM

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