At Least It Wasn’t Your Bill

From ABC News, a more honest veto message than we get in these parts, anyway!

Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger (R) is raising eyebrows in California for issuing a veto message that spells out “f*** you” in the left-hand margin of the page.

The former action star’s f*** you message came when he rejected Assembly Bill 1176, legislation which would have expanded the financing powers of the Port of San Francisco.

The bill was unobjectionable to legislators of both parties: it sailed through the Assembly and state Senate on unanimous votes.

It was vetoed, however, by Schwarzenegger who said in his message that he considers it “unnecessary” to sign the bill at this time because another year has gone by without the legislature tackling big issues such as water reform, prison reform, and health care…

The sponsor of the bill was Tom Ammiano, a Democratic member of the State Assembly who recently heckled Schwarzenegger when the governor made a surprise drop-in at a San Francisco Democratic Party fundraiser.

19 Community Comments, Facebook Comments

  1. sxp151 says:

    doesn’t have any real problems in California to solve.

    I’ll bet the same people who gripe about me calling Congresspeople “douchebags” will think this is awesome.

  2. ClubTwitty says:




  3. Car 31 says:

    Go Governor Schwarzenegger.

    I love this kind of stuff.

    Reminds me of my dad.

    Love it.

    You don’t, well tough.

    But it is important to focus on solving problems.

    Or else California will continue to decline.

    Yes, very important!

    See y’all.

  4. J-Rock says:

    Tom Ammiano (who’s gay) told the Governor to kiss his “Faggot A**.”

  5. redstateblues says:


  6. repsjohnso says:

    who wrote this crap, Nostradomus?  The Illuminati….?  

    • sxp151 says:

      It’s clearly linked and blockquoted using correct blogging protocol.

      Actually if you go to the ABC News web site, half the commenters are saying this was unintentional. Which is the dumbest thing Republicans have said since earlier today.

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