Just As I Thought

The presinator?

Not a surprise: the Governator has decided that he would support a constitutional amendment to allow a foreign-born president.

Current law makes the office available only to native-born citizens, but Senator Orrin G. Hatch of Utah has introduced a resolution proposing an amendment that would allow a foreign-born person who has been a United States citizen for at least 20 years to be a candidate.

I think we all knew in our hearts that the constitution would be in tatters after the Republicans gained power, didn’t we?

Oh, and then, this man who presents himself as one of those “compassionate conservatives” and claims to be liberal on social issues, then compared the union of two people in love to the purchase of assault weapons and drugs.

Mr. Schwarzenegger on Friday directed California’s attorney general to stop the marriages. In a letter to Attorney General Bill Lockyer, the governor said that “San Francisco’s actions are directly contrary to state law and present an imminent risk to civil order.” He directed Mr. Lockyer to “take immediate steps to obtain a definitive judicial resolution to this controversy.”

In the NBC interview this morning, Mr. Schwarzenegger said the state’s law against same-sex marriages needs to be obeyed. “We cannot have all of a sudden now mayors go and hand out licenses for various different things,” he said. “Maybe the next thing is another city that hands out licenses for assault weapons, and someone else hands out licenses for selling drugs.”



  • Well, if he doesn’t start being loyal now, they’ll never nominate him for president in 2008…

  • hey,

    at least he (Arnold, excuse me, Governor) is being completely loyal to his conservative party…woohoo.

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