Arnold Schwarzenegger has shamed a Facebook fan who disagreed with his decision to change his profile picture to one offering support to same-sex marriage. The actor and former politician changed his picture to one of him as the Terminator with a rainbow overlay. While most supported Schwarzenegger's move, one fan commented: "What's wrong with U Arnie?
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Arnold Schwarzenegger vetoed a same-sex marriage bill Friday, the second time in three years that such a measure died on the governor's desk. In his veto message, the Republican governor said it is up to the state Supreme Court and then, if necessary, voters to alter Proposition 22, which defines marriage as between a man and a woman in California. The California Supreme has agreed to decide on the constitutionality of Prop.
Arnold Schwarzenegger surprised many advocates of gay marriage last week when he warned on national television that the issuance of marriage licenses to same-sex couples could result in bloodshed. Schwarzenegger was on television again on Monday night but this time he threw opponents of gay marriage for a surprise, including many from his own Republican Party. The governor said it would be ''fine with me'' if Californians changed the state's family code to allow for same-sex marriages. He also said he opposed a constitutional amendment backed by President Bush that would ban them.
Arnold Schwarzenegger has applauded America's top judges for making gay marriage legal in all 50 US states, insisting they made the "right decision". The former Governor of California has joined the gay and straight celebrities celebrating the Supreme Court's decision over the weekend. Shortly after the decision, Schwarzenegger gave his social media profile pictures a rainbow filter, as a sign of supporting gay rights.
In February when San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom ordered a change in the certificate application documents to allow for same-sex marriagesGovernor Schwarzenegger opposed the move as being beyond the powers of the mayor but also said that he supports gay rights and has expressed support for a law to grant civil unions to gay couples. On March 31,Governor Schwarzenegger issued Executive Order S, which states that "All state agencies, departments, boards, and commissions shall recruit, appoint, train, evaluate and promote state personnel on the basis of merit and fitness, without regard to age, race, ethnicity, color, ancestry, national origin, gender, marital status, sexual orientation, religion, disability or other non-job-related factors. On September 13,Governor Schwarzenegger signed the California Insurance Equality Act into law, which expanded California's domestic partnership registry to require a health care service plan and a health insurer to provide coverage to the registered domestic partner of an employee, subscriber, insured, or policyholder that is equal to the coverage it provides to the spouse of those persons and would extend this requirement to all other forms of insurance regulated by the Department of Insurance and would deem that all of those policies as well as health care service plans and health insurance policies issued, amended, delivered, or renewed in this state on or after January 1,or January 2,as specified, provide registered domestic partner coverage equal to that provided to spouses.
Gray Davis in the upcoming recall election, actor Arnold Schwarzenegger Wednesday explained his views on a variety of topics including abortion, homosexuality, and the environment. Sounding more like a Democrat than a Republican, the GOP candidate said in a radio interview that he is pro-choice but does not support what critics call "partial-birth" abortions, and said he agrees with parental notification for underage girls seeking abortions, unless there is abuse or other problems in the girl's family. In a rapid-fire series of questions by radio talk show host Sean Hannity on the nationally syndicated Sean Hannity Show, Schwarzenegger, on the phone from California, said he does not support gay marriage, but does approve of some kind of domestic partnership.
There is one Arnold Schwarzenegger fan who certainly won't be back after the Hollywood superstar terminated anti-gay marriage comments they made on Facebook. The former bodybuilder, turned actor, turned governor, turned actor again changed his Facebook profile picture on Saturday to commemorate the momentous decision by the American Supreme Court to legalise same-sex marriage across the country. Cue thousands of 'likes' for the year-old's revamped rainbow-coloured picture, with fans commending him on showing his support for the ruling. Yet not everyone was celebrating.
Arnie, like millions of other people, has changed his Facebook profile photo to have a rainbow overlay in support of gay marriage. Arnold Schwarzenegger had gone down in the estimations of one of his fans while attracting praise from almost everyone else. The actor, who starred in the classic Terminator movie franchise, had the perfect quip for a Facebook fan who disapproved of his support for the legislation of gay marriage.