Gov. Schwarzenegger Says ‘Marriage’ Can be Terminated

California continues down the path of complete moral degradation.

California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger has told the state Supreme Court the term “marriage” can be terminated, because registered “domestic partners” already have all of the same legal rights, benefits, duties and obligations as married couples.

The warning comes from Vote Yes, an organization promoting a state constitutional amendment that would restrict marriage – and its benefits and obligations – to a man and a woman.

Schwarzenegger, as well as Attorney General Jerry Brown, recently submitted briefs to the state Supreme Court, which is considering a lawsuit that could result in “marriage” being granted to same-sex duos.

Brown, former governor of California and mayor of Oakland, unsuccessfully sought the Democratic nomination for president three times.

As part of its deliberations, the court asked for the response from the attorney general and governor on the impact the decision could have on the state.

Randy Thomasson, spokesman for the marriage campaign, told WND the constitutional amendment is critical, because “by this time next year there’s going to be homosexual marriages occurring all over California.”

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4 Responses to “Gov. Schwarzenegger Says ‘Marriage’ Can be Terminated”

  1. Jason says:

    Oh no! The gays will be getting married in California now!!!

    We’ve already seen how gay marriage has RUINED Massachusetts–and now California?!?!

    So–how again does gay marriage in any way affect straight marriage?

  2. Steve says:

    I could tell you yet one more time, but you’d just ignore that too, so it’s really not worth the effort.

  3. Jason says:

    You take all the fun out of it, Steve…

  4. Steve says:

    Sorry about that…

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