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CA: Governor's Bill Signing Complete
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Posted on 09/30/2006 5:41:39 PM PDT by calcowgirl

As of today, all legislation to be decided upon by the governor is complete. In total, 1171 bills crossed the Governor Schwarzenegger's desk. 910 bills were signed and 261 vetoed, for an overall veto average of 22%, down from his prior 24% veto-rate since taking office. There are no bills remaining on the Governor’s desk.

Since I had previously posted a thread on Homosexual Agenda - California Legislation In Process, I thought I would provide a final update for the year. Three more bills sponsored and or supported by Equality California (EQCA) were signed today, including SB 1827, Taxation: domestic partners (See detail below).

Signed

AB 1160 - Gwen Araujo Justice for Victims Act
Assemblymember Sally Lieber (D-San Jose)
Would amend jury instructions to state that the use of societal bias, including so-called "panic strategies," to influence any criminal trial or proceeding is not permitted. It would also appropriate $125,000 to the Office of the Attorney General to develop materials for county prosecutors explaining how panic strategies are used to encourage jurors to respond to societal bias and providing best practices for preventing bias from affecting the outcome of a trial. This legislation is named in the memory of a transgender teenager from Newark, Calif., who was attacked and killed in 2002.
Status: Signed by the Governor 09/28/06

AB 1207 - Code of Fair Campaign Practices
Speaker pro Tem Leland Yee (D-San Francisco)
Would prohibit the use of any negative appeal based on sexual orientation or gender identity by candidates or campaign committees who sign the voluntary pledge provided for in the Code of Fair Campaign Practices.
Status: Signed by the Governor 09/28/06

AB 2051 - Equality in Prevention and Services for Domestic Abuse Act
Assemblymember Rebecca Cohn (D-Saratoga)
Would establish the Equality in Prevention and Services for Domestic Abuse Fund, a continuously appropriated fund to establish training and services for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) victims of domestic violence.  The fund would support a variety of initiatives, including an educational brochure on LGBT domestic abuse to be distributed along with domestic partnership certificates, grants to support shelters that serve LGBT victims of domestic abuse, and LGBT-specific trainings for law enforcement and domestic violence service providers.
Status: Signed by the Governor 09/30/06.

AB 2800 - Civil Rights Housing Act of 2006
Assemblymember John Laird (D-Santa Cruz)
Would standardize various housing-related nondiscrimination provisions in California law to make them consistent with the Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA) which prohibits discrimination in housing on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, disability, sex (including gender identity), marital status, sexual orientation, familial status and source of income. AB 2800 is the third bill in a series of nondiscrimination bills authored by Assemblymember Laird to modify major sections of the California Code to specify that people are protected from discrimination regardless of their sexual orientation or gender identity. (See also AB 2900, Employment:  Discrimination, passed in 2004 and AB 1400, The Unruh Civil Rights Act of 2005 signed in November 2005)
Status: Signed by the Governor 09/28/06

AB 2920 - Older Californians Equality and Protection Act
Assemblymember Mark Leno (D-San Francisco)
Would amend the Welfare and Institutions Act to add actual or perceived sexual orientation and gender identity, as well as other categories currently protected under the Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA), to the list of factors that the Department of Aging and Area Agencies on Aging consider when assessing the need for state services and planning how to implement them.
Status: Signed by the Governor 09/30/06.

SB 1441 - Nondiscrimination in State Programs and Activities
Senator Sheila Kuehl (D-Santa Monica)
Would add "sexual orientation" to the characteristics on which discrimination may not be based, in any program or activity that is conducted, operated, or administered by the state or any state agency or by any agency funded directly by the state or that receives any financial assistance from the state.  The bill also would incorporate the definition of "sex" and "sexual orientation" contained in the Fair Employment and Housing Act into this provision relating to state and state-funded  programs or activities, and clarify that the perception of any of the characteristics listed in the anti-discrimination statute is also covered.
Status: Signed by the Governor 08/28/06

SB 1654 - Voting: absentee ballot
Senator Deborah Ortiz, D-Sacramento
Existing law authorizes eligible voters to vote by absentee ballot and authorizes a county elections official to deliver an absentee ballot to the absent voter's spouse or parent.  This bill would additionally authorize delivery of an absentee ballot to the absentee voter's child, parent, grandparent, grandchild, or sibling, or a person residing in the same household as the absent voter, who is 16 years of age or older.  This would include any cohabitating domestic partner.
Status: Signed by the Governor 08/23/06.

SB 1827 - State Income Tax Equity Act of 2006
Senator Carole Migden (D-San Francisco)
Amends the tax and family codes to enable registered domestic partners to require registered domestic partners to file a personal income tax return jointly or separately by applying the standards applicable to married couples under federal income tax law. 
Status: Signed by the Governor 09/30/06.

Vetoed

AB 606 - Safe Place to Learn Act
Assemblymember Lloyd Levine (D-Van Nuys)
Would require school districts to establish and publicize an antidiscrimination and anti-harassment policy that prohibits discrimination and harassment as specified under current law, including, but not limited to, actual or perceived gender identity and sexual orientation and provides penalties for school districts found to be in violation of that law, including withholding relevant state funding to school districts.
Status: Vetoed by the Governor 09/28/06. See Veto message here (PDF).

AB 1056 - Tolerance Education Pilot Program
Assemblymember Chu, D-Monterey Park
Would require the State Board of Education to develop a pilot project integrating intergroup relations and tolerance curriculum into the English and Social Science framework. Would direct the Board of Education to consult with human relations commissions and individuals and groups that are protected by California’s hate crimes legislation.  Defines tolerance to mean "attitudes and behaviors that convey respect toward individuals and groups, especially those individuals and groups that have been, and continue to be, systematically and historically marginalized.  Tolerance does not mean a passive allowance or indulgence of the beliefs or practices of another individual."
Status: Vetoed by the Governor 09/28/06. See Veto message here (PDF).

AB 2386 - Code of Fair Campaign Practices
Assembly Member Jenny Oropeza, D-Carson
Would require the California Secretary of State to post the Code of Fair Campaign Practices on his or her website, along with a list of candidates for state or federal office who have subscribed to the code.  The passage of this bill and AB 1207 would allow Californians to know which candidates have agreed to avoid campaign practices that denigrate lesbian, gay, and bisexual persons.
Status: Vetoed by the Governor 09/28/06. See Veto message here (PDF).

AB 2510 - Pupils: survey: harassment
Assembly Member Ted Lieu, D-El Segundo
Requires local education agencies to administer a survey of the experience of pupils with harassment and bullying, including bias-related discrimination and harassment based on race, religion, disability, and actual or perceived gender identity and sexual orientation as specified in current law and require the Attorney General to prepare an annual report based on these surveys.
Status: Vetoed by the Governor 09/29/06. See Veto message here (PDF).

SB 1437 - Bias Free Cirriculum Act
Senator Sheila Kuehl (D-Santa Monica)
Prohibits instruction, or the adoption of any instructional material, that reflects adversely on persons due to sexual orientation.  Revises the social sciences course of study to include study of the role and contributions of people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender to the development of California and the nation with emphasis on their role in contemporary society.
Status: Vetoed by the Governor 09/06/06.. See Veto message here.



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1 posted on 09/30/2006 5:41:40 PM PDT by calcowgirl
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To: calcowgirl

I think this article should have read:

As of today, all "lesboslation" to be decided upon by the governor is complete. In total, 1171 bills crossed the Governor Schwarzenegger's desk. 9/11 bills were signed and 261 vetoed, for an overall veto average of 22%, down from his prior 24% veto-rate since taking office. The 9/11 bills will have the same impact on California as it did to the WTC in Manhattan. People should flee while there is clear visibility to get them out before the state falls to the ground.


2 posted on 09/30/2006 5:45:16 PM PDT by Iam1ru1-2
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To: little jeremiah; ElkGroveDan; Carry_Okie; FairOpinion; newzjunkey; doodlelady; goldstategop; ...

Ping.


3 posted on 09/30/2006 5:46:29 PM PDT by calcowgirl ("Liberalism is just Communism sold by the drink." P. J. O'Rourke)
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To: Iam1ru1-2
I remember a time when Anita Bryant, the singer, got Florida to ban gays from teaching. In the past generation, we've come so far in terms of gay rights, that its not too far a stretch to imagine heterosexuality getting banned at some point in the future.

"Show me just what Mohammed brought that was new, and there you will find things only evil and inhuman, such as his command to spread by the sword the faith he preached." -Manuel II Paleologus

4 posted on 09/30/2006 5:52:48 PM PDT by goldstategop (In Memory Of A Dearly Beloved Friend Who Lives On In My Heart Forever)
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To: calcowgirl

Tax breaks for perverts shacking up; opposed by Republicans, embraced by Arnold.


5 posted on 09/30/2006 5:56:10 PM PDT by Mojave
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To: calcowgirl

California really needs a political enema. I say let Schwarzenegger just burn politically. It isn't worth the fight if he is going to sign some of this kind of crazy legislation he isn't worth the trouble. If I were in CA I'd sit out the election where the Governor is concerned. Let a real wholesome liberal win it so we don't have to bear the disgrace of Schwarzenegger with an R beside his name. It saddens me because he gave one hell of a Speech in 2004 at the convention. It is pity.


6 posted on 09/30/2006 6:10:53 PM PDT by Maelstorm (If all ideas are equal then all knowledge is crap.)
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To: calcowgirl

OF course what's REALLY on his website is a list of a large variety of bills which have NOTHING to do with homosexuality.

http://gov.ca.gov/index.php?/print-version/press-release/4237/


09/30/2006 GAAS:728:06 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Legislative Update


Governor Schwarzenegger has signed 110 bills and vetoed 73 bills.



Bills signed:



SB 156 by Senator Nell Soto (D-Pomona) - Public safety: firefighting.



SB 286 by Senator Alan Lowenthal (D-Long Beach) - Housing.



SB 438 by Senator Carole Migden (D-San Francisco) - Oral and maxillofacial surgery. Click here for signing message.



SB 458 by Senator Jackie Speier (D-Hillsborough) - Health care: county organized health

systems.



SB 652 by Senator Jack Scott (D-Altadena) - Public postsecondary education: transfer of

community college students to the University of California.



SB 668 by Senator Sheila Kuehl (D-Santa Monica) - Mining.



SB 678 by Senator Denise Moreno Ducheny (D-San Diego) - Indian children. Click here for signing message.



SB 683 by Senator Sam Aanestad (R-Grass Valley) - Dentistry: licensure.



SB 909 by Senator Debra Bowen (D-Marina del Rey) - Broadband services.



SB 1021 by Senator Debra Bowen (D-Marina del Rey) - Vehicles: safety: infractions.



SB 1207 by Senator Richard Alarcon (D-Sun Valley) - Corporations: uncontested

election of a listed corporation.



SB 1235 by Senator Debra Bowen (D-Marina del Rey) - Elections.



SB 1309 by Senator Jack Scott (D-Altadena) - Nursing education: grants, loan

assumptions, and faculty recruiting and retention. Click here for signing message.



SB 1312 by Senator Elaine Alquist (D-Santa Clara) - Health care facilities.







SB 1317 by Senator Tom Torlakson (D-Antioch) - Property tax revenue allocations: public utilities: qualified property.



SB 1325 by Senator Jack Scott (D-Altadena) - Adoption.



SB 1376 by Senator Wes Chesbro (D-Arcata) - Community Services Block Grant

Program: funding.



SB 1384 by Senator Sheila Kuehl (D-Santa Monica) - Los Angeles-Exposition Metro

Line light rail project.



SB 1393 by Senator Dean Florez (D-Shafter) - Intercountry adoptions.



SB 1415 by Senator Jack Scott (D-Altadena) - Surplus school property: use of proceeds.



SB 1422 by Senator Bob Margett (R-Arcadia) - Public safety: omnibus bill.



SB 1423 by Senator Liz Figueroa (D-Fremont) - Laser procedures.



SB 1428 by Senator Jack Scott (D-Altadena) - Unemployment compensation: employer: motion picture industry.



SB 1430 by Senator Elaine Alquist (D-Santa Clara) - The Local Pandemic and Emergency Health Preparedness Act of 2006.



SB 1453 by Senator Jackie Speier (D-Hillsborough) - Participation in inprison drug

treatment program: mandatory aftercare.



SB 1483 by Senator Elaine Alquist (D-Santa Clara) - Child support.



SB 1505 by Senator Alan Lowenthal (D-Long Beach) - Fuel: hydrogen alternative fuel.



SB 1541 by Senator Denise Moreno Ducheny (D-San Diego) - Registered dental assistants: licensure. Click here for signing message.



SB 1534 by Senator Deborah V. Ortiz (D-Sacramento) - Public benefits.



SB 1556 by Senator Tom Torlakson (D-Antioch) - Parks: The Great California Delta

Trail System. Click here for signing message.



SB 1562 by Senator Abel Maldonado (R-Santa Maria) - Inmates: State Hospitals: reimbursement of costs.



SB 1596 by Senator George C. Runner (R-Antelope Valley) - Nurse-Family Partnership

program.



SB 1614 by Senator Joseph Simitian (D-Palo Alto) - Teachers: information system:

identification number. Click here for signing message.



SB 1668 by Senator Debra Bowen (D-Marina del Rey) - Child death: review teams.



SB 1687 by Senator Kevin Murray (D-Los Angeles) - Los Angeles County Metropolitan

Transportation Authority: San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District.



SB 1710 by Senator Dick Ackerman (R-Irvine) - Education: California American Indian

Education Center Program. Click here for signing message.



SB 1726 by Senator Alan Lowenthal (D-Long Beach) - Vehicles: publicly owned transit

system buses: illuminated signs.



SB 1759 by Senator Roy Ashburn (R-Bakersfield) - Health: background checks: fees:

inspections. Click here for signing message.



SB 1773 by Senator Richard Alarcon (D-Sun Valley) - Fines and forfeitures. Click here for signing message.



SB 1805 by Senator Dean Florez (D-Shafter) - Horse racing: thoroughbred racing:

handle.



SB 1814 by Senator Tom Torlakson (D-Antioch) - CEQA: schools.



SB 1827 by Senator Carole Migden (D-San Francisco) - Taxation: domestic partners.



AB 50 by Assemblymember Mark Leno (D-San Francisco) - Victim compensation:

trauma services. Click here for signing message.



AB 159 by Assemblymember Simon Salinas (D-Salinas) - Irrigation districts: directors.



AB 546 by Assemblymember Bonnie Garcia (R-Cathedral City) - State computers:

prohibited use: obscene matter.



AB 827 by Assemblymember Jackie Goldberg (D-Los Angeles) - Private postsecondary education: consumer credit regulations.



AB 1102 by Assemblymember Loni Hancock (D-Berkeley) - Marriage.



AB 1334 by Assemblymember Simon Salinas (D-Salinas) - Dentistry: registered dental hygienists.



AB 1368 by Assemblymember Betty Karnette (D-Long Beach) - Workers' compensation:

apportionment: presumptions. Click here for signing message.



AB 1430 by Assemblymember Jackie Goldberg (D-Los Angeles) - Air Contaminants.



AB 1457 by Assemblymember Joe Baca Jr. (D-Rialto) - State property: transfer

restrictions: City of San Bernardino.



AB 1796 by Assemblymember Rudy Bermudez (D-Norwalk) - Physicians and surgeons. Click here for signing message.



AB 1798 by Assemblymember Patty Berg (D-Eureka) - Disaster relief.



AB 1849 by Assemblymember Tim Leslie (R-Tahoe City) - Sex offenders.



AB 1935 by Assemblymember Rudy Bermudez (D-Norwalk) - Railroads: maintenance and safety.



AB 1943 by Assemblymember Pedro Nava (D-Santa Barbara) - Community colleges: credit courses of instruction.



AB 1973 by Assemblymember Rudy Bermudez (D-Norwalk) - Gambling control.



AB 2041 by Assemblymember Pedro Nava (D-Santa Barbara) - Public safety:

communications.



AB 2051 by Assemblymember Rebecca Cohn (D-Saratoga) - Domestic violence.



AB 2068 by Assemblymember Pedro Nava (D-Santa Barbara) - Workers' compensation: designation of physician.



AB 2098 by Assemblymember Carol Liu (D-La Canada Flintridge) - State government:

electronic payment system: Electronic Funds Transfer Task Force.



AB 2116 by Assemblymember Rebecca Cohn (D-Saratoga) - Emergency services:

disaster assistance: equipment. Click here for signing message.



AB 2250 by Assemblymember Joe Coto (D-San Jose) - Mobilehome Parks Act.



AB 2274 by Assemblymember Betty Karnette (D-Long Beach) - Harbors and ports: emergency response and evacuation plans.



AB 2354 by Assemblymember John Laird (D-Santa Cruz) - Agricultural and seafood

industries. Click here for signing message.



AB 2440 by Assemblymember Johan Klehs (D-San Leandro) - Child support obligations: liability.



AB 2449 by Assemblymember Lloyd Levine (D-San Fernando Valley) - Recycling:

plastic carryout bags. Click here for signing message.



AB 2511 by Assemblymember Dave Jones (D-Sacramento) - Land use: housing.



AB 2538 by Assemblymember Lois Wolk (D-Davis) - Transportation funds: planning and programming: regional agencies.



AB 2543 by Assemblymember Rudy Bermudez (D-Norwalk) - The Board of Directors of the California Exposition and State Fair.



AB 2544 by Assemblymember Fran Pavley (D-Agoura Hills) - Public emploLeland Yee (D-San Francisco) health benefits: contracting agencies: employer contributions.



AB 2564 by Assemblymember Barbara Matthews (D-Tracy) - Health facilities: criminal record clearances and blood glucose testing.



AB 2634 by Assemblymember Sally Lieber (D-Mountain View) - Housing elements.



AB 2638 by Assemblymember John Laird (D-Santa Cruz) - Housing trust fund.



AB 2641 by Assemblymember Joe Coto (D-San Jose) - Native American human remains

and multiple human remains.



AB 2722 by Assemblymember Joe Canciamilla (D-Pittsburg) - Instructional materials:

adoption.



AB 2723 by Assemblymember Fran Pavley (D-Agoura Hills) - Electricity: solar energy: low-income residential housing.



AB 2735 by Assemblymember Pedro Nava (D-Santa Barbara) - Disaster relief.



AB 2752 by Assemblymember Todd Spitzer (R-Orange) - Driving under the influence.



AB 2769 by Assemblymember John J. Benoit (R-Palm Desert) - Elections: 1% manual

tally.



AB 2813 by Assemblymember Hector De La Torre (D-South Gate) - Student financial aid: Ortiz-Pacheco-Poochigian-Vasc oncellos Cal Grant Act.



AB 2863 by Assemblymember Betty Karnette (D-Long Beach) - Public employees:

retirement. Click here for signing message.



AB 2865 by Assemblymember Alberto Torrico (D-Newark) - School safety.



AB 2889 by Assemblymember Dario Frommer (D-Los Feliz)- Health care coverage: individual market.



AB 2900 by Assemblymember George Plescia (R-San Diego) - California Natural Landmarks Program.



AB 2907 by Assemblymember Hector De La Torre (D-South Gate) - Electrician apprenticeship.



AB 2915 by Assemblymember Lori Saldana (D-San Diego) - Veterinary medicine:

licensure.



AB 2918 by Assemblymember Lois Wolk (D-Davis) - Medi-Cal: county organized

health systems.



AB 2920 by Assemblymember Mark Leno (D-San Francisco) - Seniors.



AB 2951 by Assemblymember Jackie Goldberg (D-Los Angeles) - Capital facilities fees.



AB 2968 by Assemblymember Mark Leno (D-San Francisco) - Medi-Cal: community-living support benefit.



AB 3003 by Assemblymember Doug La Malfa (R-Richvale) - Department of Water Resources: administrative expenses.



AB 3004 by Assemblymember Guy Houston (R-Livermore) - Vehicles: enforcement.



AB 3013 by Assemblymember Paul Koretz (D-West Hollywood) - Medical information: disclosures.



AB 3023 by Assemblymember Fabian Nunez (D-Los Angeles) - Railroads: safety.



AB 3033 by Assemblymember Sally Lieber (D-Mountain View) - Public employees' retirement: service credit: firefighters.



AB 3038 by Assemblymember Ira Ruskin (D-Redwood City) - Public resources:

community conservation corps.



AB 3045 by Assemblymember Paul Koretz (D-West Hollywood) - Vehicles: license

suspension: license revocation: ignition interlock device.



AB 3051 by Assemblymember Paul Koretz (D-West Hollywood) - Employment: wages of motion picture employees.



AB 3056 by Committee on Natural Resources - Beverage containers:

quality incentive payments: refund values: handling fees. Click here for signing message.



AB 3065 by Committee on Governmental Organization - Alcoholic

beverages: tied-interests restrictions: licensees: wholesalers and rectifiers: fixtures and supplies.



AB 3068 by Assemblymember Jerome E. Horton (D-Inglewood) - Gaming.



Bills Vetoed:



SB 160 by Senator Gilbert Cedillo (D-Los Angeles) - Student financial aid: eligibility: California Dream Act. Click here for veto message. | Click here for veto message in Spanish.



SB 171 by Senator Elaine Alquist (D-Santa Clara) - Interrogation: recording. Click here for veto message.



SB 276 by Senator Jeff Denham (R-Salinas) - State property. Click here for veto message.



SB 308 by Senator Joseph Simitian (D-Palo Alto) - Recording fees: Elder and Dependent Adult Financial Abuse Prevention Trust Fund. Click here for veto message.



SB 351 by Senator Nell Soto (D-Pomona) - Emergency services: derailment evacuation plans and training. Click here for veto message.



SB 440 by Senator Jackie Speier (D-Hillsborough) - Telecommunications: billing. Click here for veto message.



SB 540 by Senator Christine Kehoe (D-San Diego) - Tenancy: signs and flags. Click here for veto message.



SB 696 by Senator Martha M. Escutia (D-Whittier) - Instructional materials. Click here for veto message.



SB 740 by Senator Gloria Romero (D-Los Angeles) - Public agencies. Click here for veto message.



SB 757 by Senator Christine Kehoe (D-San Diego) - Oil Conservation, Efficiency, and Alternative Fuels Act. Click here for veto message.



SB 768 by Senator Joseph Simitian (D-Palo Alto) - Identity Information Protection Act of 2006. Click here for veto message.



SB 832 by Senator Don Perata (D-Oakland) - Punitive damages. Click here for veto message.



SB 849 by Senator Martha M. Escutia (D-Whittier) - Environmental health data tracking. Click here for veto message.



SB 924 by Senator Jackie Speier (D-Hillsborough) - Driving schools: motortrucks: Class

A commercial driver's licenses. Click here for veto message.



SB 1142 by Senator Elaine Alquist (D-Santa Clara) - Instructional programs: Science Teacher Development Act. Click here for veto message.



SB 1230 by Senator Dean Florez (D-Shafter) - San Joaquin Valley Clean Air Enterprise Zone Program. Click here for veto message.



SB 1322 by Senator Gilbert Cedillo (D-Los Angeles) - Housing. Click here for veto message.



SB 1339 by Senator Gloria Romero (D-Los Angeles) - Emergency medical services. Click here for veto message.



SB 1395 by Senator Denise Moreno Ducheny (D-San Diego) - Environmental quality: Native American sites. Click here for veto message.



SB 1397 by Senator Alan Lowenthal (D-Long Beach) - Athletic trainers: registration. Click here for veto message.



SB 1472 by Senator Liz Figueroa (D-Fremont) - Dentistry: dental hygienists. Click here for veto message.



SB 1489 by Senator Denise Moreno Ducheny (D-San Diego) - Attorney's fees: Attorney General. Click here for veto message.



SB 1521 by Senator Gloria Romero (D-Los Angeles) - Prisons: media access. Click here for veto message.



SB 1532 by Senator Debra Bowen (D-Marina del Rey) - Household substances: packaging. Click here for veto message.



SB 1544 by Senator Carole Migden (D-San Francisco) - Criminal investigations: eyewitness identification: lineups. Click here for veto message.



SB 1563 by Senator Martha M. Escutia (D-Whittier) - Community colleges: Community College Early Assessment Pilot Program. Click here for veto message.



SB 1575 by Senator Joe Dunn (D-Santa Ana) - Curriculum: human rights: unconstitutional deportation. Click here for veto message.



SB 1580 by Senator Denise Moreno Ducheny (D-San Diego) - Pupil assessment: English language learners: achievement tests. Click here for veto message.



SB 1640 by Senator Sheila Kuehl (D-Santa Monica) - Water. Click here for veto message.



SB 1745 by Senator Sheila Kuehl (D-Santa Monica) - Employment discrimination: victims of violence. Click here for veto message.



SB 1753 by Senator Joe Dunn (D-Santa Ana) - Public Utilities. Click here for veto message.



SB 1807 by Senator George C. Runner (R-Antelope Valley) - Surplus property: California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection fire station. Click here for veto message.



SB 1818 by Senator Richard Alarcon (D-Sun Valley) - Attorney's fees. Click here for veto message.



SB 1826 by Senator Carole Migden (D-San Francisco) - Surplus state property. Click here for veto message.



AB 358 by Assemblymember Carol Liu (D-La Canada Flintridge) - Student financial aid: Cal Grant Program. Click here for veto message.



AB 523 by Assemblymember Carol Liu (D-La Canada Flintridge) - Community college districts: sale of property. Click here for veto message.



AB 751 by Assemblymember Judy Chu (D-Monterey Park) - Student financial aid: Student Aid Commission: regulation of purveyors of private college financial aid services. Click here for veto message.



AB 1012 by Assemblymember Joe Nation (D-San Rafael) - Vehicular air pollution control: clean alternative fuels. Click here for veto message.



AB 1147 by Assemblymember Mark Leno (D-San Francisco) - Industrial hemp. Click here for veto message.



AB 1614 by Assemblymember Ira Ruskin (D-Redwood City)- Income taxes: limited liability companies: apportionment. Click here for veto message.



AB 1778 by Assemblymember Sally Lieber (D-Mountain View) - Pupil records: release of information: military recruiters. Click here for veto message.



AB 1840 by Assemblymember Jerome E. Horton (D-Inglewood) - Health care: employer coverage: disclosure. Click here for veto message.



AB 1873 by Assemblymember Alberto Torrico (D-Newark) - Child protection: safe surrender. Click here for veto message.



AB 1883 by Assemblymember Hector De La Torre (D-South Gate) - Workers' compensation: proof of insurance coverage. Click here for veto message.



AB 1956 by Assemblymember Shirley Horton (R-Bonita) - Communicable diseases: reporting. Click here for veto message.



AB 1962 by Assemblymember Patty Berg (D-Eureka) - Joint powers agreements: Yurok Tribe. Click here for veto message.



AB 2004 by Assemblymember Leland Yee (D-San Francisco) - Medi-Cal: juveniles: incarceration. Click here for veto message.



AB 2075 by Assemblymember Rebecca Cohn (D-Saratoga) - Crime. Click here for veto message.



AB 2132 by Assemblymember Lloyd Levine (D-San Fernando Valley) - Public employee health benefits: retirees. Click here for veto message.



AB 2158 by Assemblymember Noreen Evans (D-Santa Rosa) - Regional housing needs. Click here for veto message.



AB 2175 by Assemblymember Carol Liu (D-La Canada Flintridge) - Department of Motor Vehicles: driver education. Click here for veto message.



AB 2205 by Assemblymember Noreen Evans (D-Santa Rosa) - Food Stamp Program: categorical eligibility. Click here for veto message.



AB 2227 by Assemblymember Judy Chu (D-Monterey Park) - Courts: advisory panel on language access. Click here for veto message.



AB 2287 by Assemblymember Judy Chu (D-Monterey Park) - Workers' compensation: acupuncture. Click here for veto message.



AB 2302 by Committee on Judiciary - Evidence: court interpreters. Click here for veto message.



AB 2360 by Assemblymember Ted Lieu (D-Torrance) - Medical devices: ultrasound. Click here for veto message.



AB 2536 by Assemblymember Cindy Montanez (D-San Fernando) - Employment: minimum wage and overtime compensation. Click here for veto message.



AB 2554 by Assemblymember Mark Ridley-Thomas (D-Leimert Park) - Emergency medical technicians: certificates: discipline. Click here for veto message.



AB 2556 by Assemblymember Dave Jones (D-Sacramento) - Social services: childhood poverty. Click here for veto message.



AB 2646 by Assemblymember Lynn Daucher (R-Brea) - The Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training. Click here for veto message.



AB 2683 by Assemblymember Gloria Negrete McLeod (D-Chino) - State employees: State Bargaining Unit 8: compensation. Click here for veto message.



AB 2748 by Assemblymember Dave Jones (D-Sacramento) - Public postsecondary education: student housing reports. Click here for veto message.



AB 2762 by Assemblymember Lloyd Levine (D-San Fernando Valley) - Joint powers authorities: Indian tribes. Click here for veto message.



AB 2802 by Assemblymember Fran Pavley (D-Agoura Hills) - Teacher credentialing: optional early childhood education credential. Click here for veto message.



AB 2810 by Assemblymember Carol Liu (D-La Canada Flintridge) - Private postsecondary education. Click here for veto message.



AB 2836 by Assemblymember Betty Karnette (D-Long Beach) - Fire protection: residential care facility for the elderly. Click here for veto message.



AB 2854 by Assemblymember Mervyn Dymally (D-Compton) - Bail bonds: forfeiture. Click here for veto message.



AB 2922 by Assemblymember Dave Jones (D-Sacramento) - Redevelopment: Low and Moderate Income Housing Fund. Click here for veto message.



AB 2927 by Assemblymember Mark Leno (D-San Francisco) - Public records. Click here for veto message.



AB 2929 by Assemblymember John Laird (D-Santa Cruz) - Apprenticeship oversight. Click here for veto message.



AB 2948 by Assemblymember Patty Berg (D-Eureka) - Electoral college: interstate compact. Click here for veto message.



AB 3014 by Assemblymember Paul Koretz (D-West Hollywood) - Acupuncture: Asian massage. Click here for veto message.



AB 3028 by Assemblymember John Laird (D-Santa Cruz) - California Coastal Trail. Click here for veto message.



Note: In 2006, Governor Schwarzenegger has signed 910 bills and vetoed 262. There are no bills remaining on the Governor’s desk.


7 posted on 09/30/2006 6:18:46 PM PDT by FairOpinion (Dem Foreign Policy: SURRENDER to our enemies. Real conservatives don't help Dems get elected.)
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To: calcowgirl
Interesting that the Tolerance Education Pilot Program is directed toward "..... English and Social Science framework....." in the curriculum of public schools.

Are Hispanic programs to be left virgo intacto? Or, perhaps the legislature and the Governor think the Hispanics in the public schools are simply ineducable and will roll and bash gays no matter what anyone says.

This is worth pursuing.

8 posted on 09/30/2006 6:19:25 PM PDT by muawiyah
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To: All

And if anyone actually bothers to READ the bills, you find that Arnold VEOTED the most egregious ones: the homosexual marriage bill, the teaching of accomplishments of homosexuals in school.


As a reminder: ANGELIDES SAID HE WILL SIGN THE ABOVE BILLS, THAT ARNOLD VETOED, IF HE BECOMES GOVERNOR.


The bills Arnold signed, that are being touted as "big victories" for the homosexual agenda are less than crumbs: adding sexual orientation to the list of things state funded agencies aren't supposed to discriminate against, that you can hand an absentee ballot to a parent, spouse or domestic partner, etc. BIG DEAL.

But Arnold VETOED the REAL homosexual agenda bills, stopping it in its track.


The MISREPRESENTATIONS come from those who try to rile up consevatives, to get them to NOT vote for Arnold, so ANGELIDES CAN GET ELECTED.


9 posted on 09/30/2006 6:25:37 PM PDT by FairOpinion (Dem Foreign Policy: SURRENDER to our enemies. Real conservatives don't help Dems get elected.)
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To: Maelstorm

Sure, and let's elected Angelides:


Angelides says he would sign gay marriage bill

http://www.mercurynews.com/mld/mercurynews/news/local/states/california/northern_california/14989647.htm


"Democratic gubernatorial candidate Phil Angelides said Friday that if he unseats Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger in November he would sign a bill legalizing gay marriage in California.

Angelides talked about the issue the day after New York's high court upheld that state's one-man, one-woman marriage laws and as a California appeals court prepared to consider whether a trial judge erred in declaring the state's marriage laws unconstitutional.

"I would sign the marriage equality bill because I believe if we can get behind people to build a lasting relationship, that is a good thing," Angelides said at a news conference where Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, D-N.Y., urged voters to support him."

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I would like to remind you that Arnold VETOED this bill.


10 posted on 09/30/2006 6:28:26 PM PDT by FairOpinion (Dem Foreign Policy: SURRENDER to our enemies. Real conservatives don't help Dems get elected.)
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To: calcowgirl
910 bills were signed and 261 vetoed

I wish Bush had that kind of veto ratio.

One veto in six years is not enough for me.

11 posted on 09/30/2006 6:30:04 PM PDT by Mr. Brightside
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To: Mr. Brightside

Arnold vetoed the worst bills, with the largest worst impact on CA, that the overwhelmingly socialist, leftist legislature passed.

The bills Arnold vetoed include the universal healthcare ( government run socialized medicine for CA), drivers licenses for illegals, homosexual marriage, teaching homosexual accomplishments in schools, just to name a few.


12 posted on 09/30/2006 6:32:47 PM PDT by FairOpinion (Dem Foreign Policy: SURRENDER to our enemies. Real conservatives don't help Dems get elected.)
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To: FairOpinion; Admin Moderator

FO, your post is totally off topic and spamming 25 pages of white space is disruptive and rude. If you don't want to discuss the subject of the thread, go elsewhere.

This thread is not about the election or the candidates... it is about the advancement of the homosexual agenda through the laws that were passed this year, not about every law signed or vetoed today. The link you posted from is not the one that I included as reference. My post is extracted from numerous links on the Governor's website and at LegInfo.com (links are included in the body of the text).

Homosexual activists introduced over 140 bills in the legislature this year; some died in committee, some on the floor, some vetoed. Despite that, they made substantial progress in advancing their agenda, as evidenced by the bills that were signed into law.


13 posted on 09/30/2006 6:45:27 PM PDT by calcowgirl ("Liberalism is just Communism sold by the drink." P. J. O'Rourke)
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To: calcowgirl

MY post is what is on Gov. Schwarzenegger's page, that you linked -- YOU are the one, who was trying to MISLEAD people about what it contained, adding a PHONY TITLE and now that I have set things straight, you are complaining, because I shined the light of truth on your shenanigans to try to get conservatives voters up in arms against Arnold, so Angelides can get elected.


14 posted on 09/30/2006 6:47:31 PM PDT by FairOpinion (Dem Foreign Policy: SURRENDER to our enemies. Real conservatives don't help Dems get elected.)
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To: Admin Moderator; calcowgirl

Sorry, please read my post 14, I didn't realize ccg posted her post 13 to you also, and I only replied to her.

Thank you.


15 posted on 09/30/2006 6:49:06 PM PDT by FairOpinion (Dem Foreign Policy: SURRENDER to our enemies. Real conservatives don't help Dems get elected.)
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To: Admin Moderator; Jim Robinson; little jeremiah

The title of my title has been changed and what is left is not the subject of the thread.

The original title was "CA: Governor's Bill Signing Complete - A Victory for the Gay Community"

I didn't think that violated any rules here at FR, as the subject is solely focused on legislation dealing with the homosexual agenda and the fact that they made substantal progress in advancing that agenda this year.

Can you please, at a minimum, add back "Homosexual Agenda" to the title of the thread? I had no intention of covering all "bill signings" by the Governor. There are many, many threads already covering that subject.


16 posted on 09/30/2006 6:52:59 PM PDT by calcowgirl ("Liberalism is just Communism sold by the drink." P. J. O'Rourke)
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To: calcowgirl
spamming 25 pages of white space is disruptive and rude

Brown nosing Arnold has got to be a frustrating job.

17 posted on 09/30/2006 6:55:47 PM PDT by Mojave
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To: FairOpinion

>> MY post is what is on Gov. Schwarzenegger's page, that you linked

No. It is not. I posted a link to ALL of his press releases. Links to the specific press releases over the past several months are included in the body of the post.

You posted 25 pages of a single press release issued today. That is not the subject of this thread.


18 posted on 09/30/2006 6:55:54 PM PDT by calcowgirl ("Liberalism is just Communism sold by the drink." P. J. O'Rourke)
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To: Mojave

I could care less if it was Governor Bozo (D) that signed this stuff.

The subject of the thread is the legislation--not the election!


19 posted on 09/30/2006 6:57:36 PM PDT by calcowgirl ("Liberalism is just Communism sold by the drink." P. J. O'Rourke)
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To: Admin Moderator; Jim Robinson; little jeremiah; calcowgirl

The LINK calcowgirl gave WAS to Gov. Schwarzenegger's site, where there is NO mention of "Victory of gay agenda" or whatever title she concocted. The LINK SHE POSTED was to the LIST OF Legislation the government signed and vetoed. Please check it out yourselves.

If she wants to start a thread about homosexual agenda, with NO link to any actual article, my understanding is that she can do that in the back room, but not in NEWS, where this thread is.


20 posted on 09/30/2006 6:58:30 PM PDT by FairOpinion (Dem Foreign Policy: SURRENDER to our enemies. Real conservatives don't help Dems get elected.)
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To: calcowgirl; FairOpinion

He/she even left in all of the nonfunctional "Click here for veto message" link references.

Pure harrassment.


21 posted on 09/30/2006 7:01:43 PM PDT by Mojave
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To: calcowgirl

Arnold knows he can't lose. Angelides is a doctrinaire
socialist, and unattractive specimen to boot!.... Reminds me of Dukakis "Rocky the Squirrel" : )


22 posted on 09/30/2006 7:02:07 PM PDT by stephenjohnbanker (Our troops will send all of the worlds terrorists to hell in a handbasket with no virgins!)
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To: goldstategop

Nothing would surprise me anymore.


23 posted on 09/30/2006 7:05:32 PM PDT by stephenjohnbanker (Our troops will send all of the worlds terrorists to hell in a handbasket with no virgins!)
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To: Mojave; FairOpinion; Admin Moderator; Jim Robinson; little jeremiah
The links in the body of the post still seem functional.

I don't understand this. Is FreeRepublic no longer interested in working to combat the Homosexual Agenda?

According to the Statement by the founder of Free Republic, my post is exactly what FreeRepublic is supposed to be about!

We oppose all forms of liberalism, socialism, fascism, pacifism, totalitarianism, anarchism, government enforced atheism, abortionism, feminism, homosexualism, racism, wacko environmentalism, judicial activism, etc.

24 posted on 09/30/2006 7:08:19 PM PDT by calcowgirl ("Liberalism is just Communism sold by the drink." P. J. O'Rourke)
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To: calcowgirl; FairOpinion

FO - your slavish devotion to Arnold is getting tiresome. Schwarz is at best a RINO. He's valueless, surrounds himself with valueless people (including homosexual activists) and has made his support of the "gay" agenda very clear.

I'm getting sick and tired of choosing the lesser evil.


25 posted on 09/30/2006 7:12:03 PM PDT by little jeremiah
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To: calcowgirl; FairOpinion

I mean being forced to choose between the major evil and the lesser evil.


26 posted on 09/30/2006 7:12:25 PM PDT by little jeremiah
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To: calcowgirl; FairOpinion
The links in the body of the post still seem functional.

I was referring to the numerous nonfunctional links in FairOpinion's post #7.

27 posted on 09/30/2006 7:13:13 PM PDT by Mojave
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To: little jeremiah; calcowgirl

Please explain to me how does it "fight the homosexual agenda" to help get Angelides elected, who sill SIGN all the homosexual agenda bills, that Arnold vetoed?

THAT is what's going to happen if people don't get out and vote FOR Arnold.


28 posted on 09/30/2006 7:14:21 PM PDT by FairOpinion (Dem Foreign Policy: SURRENDER to our enemies. Real conservatives don't help Dems get elected.)
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To: FairOpinion
Please explain to me how does it "fight the homosexual agenda" to help get Angelides elected

Why are you trying to obscure Arnold's signing of legislation which advances the homosexual agenda?

29 posted on 09/30/2006 7:21:19 PM PDT by Mojave
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To: Mojave

Arnold VETOED the important and worst ones, that the leftist socialist anti-family CA Dem Legislature passed.

Why aren't you grateful to Arnold for that?

And of course, as I said, Angelides WILL sign all that. So why are you campaigning for Angelides?


30 posted on 09/30/2006 7:24:05 PM PDT by FairOpinion (Dem Foreign Policy: SURRENDER to our enemies. Real conservatives don't help Dems get elected.)
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To: FairOpinion
Arnold VETOED the important and worst ones

No, Arnold signed this bill. You're promoting the same homosexual agenda as the two candidates joined at the hips; Angelides and Arnold.

31 posted on 09/30/2006 7:26:49 PM PDT by Mojave
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To: Mojave; calcowgirl; Admin Moderator; All

Pure and simple,, What you have witnessed on this thread is a partisan attack by a shill of the Big Tent FR Vichy branch of the Ca GOP who in a rather idiotic way chose to abuse posting rights of another poster to cover the arse of the anointed one. nothing more, nothing less, imo..


As long as FR wishes to allow the minions of the liberal elements that post away here and seek to undermine the conservative components of the Ca GOP party, there really is not much we can do except fight back.

If FR wishes to bless the Log Cabin and LGBT as being viable political elements here and desireables for participation at the forum with their won "hidden" agendas, what else can those of us who can read between the script lines do?


32 posted on 09/30/2006 8:01:27 PM PDT by NormsRevenge (Semper Fi ......Help the "Pendleton 8' and families -- http://www.freerepublic.com/~normsrevenge/)
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To: NormsRevenge

I can't see what the Arnold groupies are so worried about. He has a substantial lead thanks to the Rats and RINOs who support him.


33 posted on 09/30/2006 8:11:14 PM PDT by Mojave
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To: Mojave

Oh, But It needs to be a smashing victory, we are playing for big box office stakes these days, yaknow.

Every conservative that voted for the Trojan Horse with an R by his name had better be prepared to have those vote casts then used to give carte blanche for more of the same style of "governing" for 4 more years..

and all you'll hear is "He didn't raise taxes...or.. "He vetoed this or that."

and when the time comes that he proposes massive hikes in spending to provide his own flavor of universal healthcare as he works with his comrades in the dem party, the tax hikes will also follow,, and he will claim his hands are tied and it is what the people want and demand,, and the same FR Vichy here will back him on that as well.

But as usual, it will be the conservatives faults in that they didn't buy into his big borrowing and big bonding crap before and won't buy into his latest gambit.

So we need to keep and strengthen the resolve of the Republican seats in the assembly so we can at least fight the tax hikes to come as after being overwhelmingly re-elected , he will in no way be bound by his past "promises" some bit so hard on and continue to foist off as his best endearing feature even while we are asked to overlook his plethora of shortfallings on many other issues.


34 posted on 09/30/2006 8:29:42 PM PDT by NormsRevenge (Semper Fi ......Help the "Pendleton 8' and families -- http://www.freerepublic.com/~normsrevenge/)
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To: NormsRevenge

A district party conference was under way in Moscow Province in 1938. It was presided over by a new secretary of the District Party Committee, replacing one recently arrested. At the conclusion of the conference, a tribute to Comrade Stalin was called for.

Of course, everyone stood up (just as everyone had leaped to his feet during the conference with every mention of his name). The hall echoed with 'stormy applause, rising to an ovation.' For three minutes, four minutes, five minutes, the 'stormy applause, rising to an ovation,' continued.

But palms were getting sore and raised arms were already aching. And the older people were panting from exhaustion. It was becoming insufferably silly even to those who adored Stalin.

However, who would dare to be the first to stop? The secretary of the District Party could have done it. He was standing on the platform, and it was he who had just called for the ovation. But he was a newcomer. He had taken the place of a man who'd been arrested. He was afraid! After all, NKVD men were standing in the hall applauding and watching to see who would quit first!

And in the obscure, small hall, unknown to the leader, the applause went on — six, seven, eight minutes! At the rear of the hall, which was crowded, they could of course cheat a bit, clap less frequently, less vigorously, not so eagerly — but up there with the presidium where everyone could see them?

The director of the local paper factory, an independent and strong-minded man, stood with the presidium. Nine minutes! Ten! In anguish he watched the secretary of the District Party Committee, but the latter dared not stop. Insanity! To the last man!

With make-believe enthusiasm on their faces, looking at each other with faint hope, the district leaders were just going to go on and on applauding till they fell where they stood, till they were carried out of the hall on stretchers!

Then, after eleven minutes, the director of the paper factory assumed a businesslike expression and sat down in his seat. And, oh, a miracle took place! Where had the universal, uninhibited, indescribable enthusiasm gone? To a man, everyone else stopped dead and sat down. They had been saved.

That same night the factory director was arrested. They easily pasted ten years on him on the pretext of something quite different. But after he had signed Form 206, the final document of the interrogation, his interrogator reminded him: "Don’t ever be the first to stop applauding!"


35 posted on 09/30/2006 8:37:46 PM PDT by Mojave
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To: Mojave

Never stop applauding 'til the
Applause sign extinguishes.. Got it. ;-)


36 posted on 09/30/2006 8:42:14 PM PDT by NormsRevenge (Semper Fi ......Help the "Pendleton 8' and families -- http://www.freerepublic.com/~normsrevenge/)
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To: FairOpinion
Please explain to me how does it "fight the homosexual agenda" to help get Angelides elected, who sill SIGN all the homosexual agenda bills, that Arnold vetoed?

Excellent point, and very good question.

37 posted on 09/30/2006 11:13:03 PM PDT by b9 ("the [evil Marxist liberal socialist Democrat Party] alternative is unthinkable" ~ Jim Robinson)
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To: FairOpinion; calcowgirl

I'm getting sorely sick and tired of having to choose between a socially liberal, big spending "Republican" who hires homosexual activists and a stark raving mad leftist.

It's getting beyond tiresome. I can see holding my nose, taking a lot of deep breaths, and forcing my self to vote for Schwarz solely because there's no decent alternative, but to rejoice in it? Be happy about it? Glorify the powermad socially liberal RINO?

I'm not psychotic and I'm not in anyone's employ, and I'm as conservative as they come. So if I would vote for Schwarz, it would be with a heavy heart and a sick feeling in my stomach. And that's "IF".

Conservatives are getting sick and tired of having to choose between the lesser of two evils.


38 posted on 09/30/2006 11:41:19 PM PDT by little jeremiah
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To: little jeremiah

The Schwareneggeristas are swarming and will tolerate no dissent in the FR. But there are many of us who have a seincere moral opposition to the homosexualization of our schools and our State who cannot put it aside for the mere purpose of politics.

I will NOT be voting for the RINO actor.


39 posted on 10/01/2006 12:08:14 AM PDT by Nice50BMG (3 books to read this year: The Bible (God), Bringing Up Boys (Dobson), Winning the Future (Newt))
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To: Nice50BMG

Arnold VETOED "the homosexualization of schools" bills.

Instead of bashing him, you should be thankful to him.

Guess what Angelides will do, if elected?


40 posted on 10/01/2006 12:11:40 AM PDT by FairOpinion (Dem Foreign Policy: SURRENDER to our enemies. Real conservatives don't help Dems get elected.)
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To: little jeremiah; calcowgirl; Nice50BMG

Just think, that by voting for Arnold, you are preventing a stark raving mad REAL socialist leftist who will demolish everthing dear to you, from becoming governor of CA.

Angelides is as left as they come. He and the leftist Legislature would destroy CA for sure.

Arnold vetoed almost a third of the the Dems bills.


http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1707482/posts?page=27#27

It's the CA Legislature that we need to worry about.

Without Arnold to veto at least some of the worst bills, they will pass and Angelides will sign all of the worst bills, including universal healthcare.


41 posted on 10/01/2006 12:18:32 AM PDT by FairOpinion (Dem Foreign Policy: SURRENDER to our enemies. Real conservatives don't help Dems get elected.)
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To: FairOpinion
by voting for Arnold, you are preventing a stark raving mad REAL socialist leftist who will demolish everthing dear to you, from becoming governor of CA.

That's what you said three years ago, before the biggest deficit in history, before the unconstitutional borrowing, before the Sierra Nevada land grab, before the Global Warming nonsense, before the billions in stem-cell research, solar roofs, hydrogen highways.... Yep... Save me from the socialists!

Arnold vetoed almost a third of the the Dems bills.

LOL. Which means he approved 2/3 of the Dem bills! Arnold signed almost half (6 out of 13) of the Chamber of Commerce "job killer" bills. He wasn't even loyal to them! He did however sign 100% of the Sierra Club's top 2006 legislative priorities and 80% of the Homosexual legislation sponsored by Equality California.

42 posted on 10/01/2006 12:25:51 AM PDT by calcowgirl ("Liberalism is just Communism sold by the drink." P. J. O'Rourke)
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To: calcowgirl

Are you saying that it would have been better if Bustamante had won?


43 posted on 10/01/2006 12:26:28 AM PDT by FairOpinion (Dem Foreign Policy: SURRENDER to our enemies. Real conservatives don't help Dems get elected.)
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To: FairOpinion

Bustamante Shmustabante! blah, blah, blah.


44 posted on 10/01/2006 12:27:49 AM PDT by calcowgirl ("Liberalism is just Communism sold by the drink." P. J. O'Rourke)
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To: calcowgirl

At that time the choice was Bustamante or Arnold. NOw the choice is Angelides or Arnold.

It seems you wanted Bushtamante then and are still lamenting that he lost and want Angelides now.


45 posted on 10/01/2006 12:28:56 AM PDT by FairOpinion (Dem Foreign Policy: SURRENDER to our enemies. Real conservatives don't help Dems get elected.)
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To: FairOpinion
Arnold VETOED "the homosexualization of schools" bills.

No... he didn't.

We now have (in SB 1441) a mandated restriction of free speech in ALL state-affiliated organizations, including colleges who receive CalGrants and pre-schools who receive State education assistance funds (CalWorks) for any of their students.

46 posted on 10/01/2006 12:29:24 AM PDT by Nice50BMG (3 books to read this year: The Bible (God), Bringing Up Boys (Dobson), Winning the Future (Newt))
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To: Nice50BMG

Did you READ the actual text of SB1441?



"SECTION 1. Section 11135 of the Government Code is amended to
read:
11135. (a) No person in the State of California shall, on the
basis of race, national origin, ethnic group identification,
religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, color, or disability, be
unlawfully denied full and equal access to the benefits of, or be
unlawfully subjected to discrimination under, any program or activity
that is conducted, operated, or administered by the state or by any
state agency, is funded directly by the state, or receives any
financial assistance from the state. Notwithstanding Section 11000,
this section applies to the California State University."

As I said, he vetoed the really important once, that would have taught all about homosexuals in schools. SB1441 is fairly innocuous, just added sexual orientation to the list of things state agencies and state funded organizations shouldn't discriminate against.


47 posted on 10/01/2006 12:32:39 AM PDT by FairOpinion (Dem Foreign Policy: SURRENDER to our enemies. Real conservatives don't help Dems get elected.)
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To: FairOpinion
Are you saying that it would have been better if Bustamante had won?

(SMACKING FOREHEAD)... You are purposefully forgetting that we had a perfectly sound conservative Republican in Tom McClintock and the California GOP blew it BIG TIME!

Bustamente was NEVER an option for California Conservatives, but McClintock WAS! You blew it! You blew it! You blew it! and now you're pretending that you had no option!

I will NOT reward my party for abandonning their principles and the candiaten who best represented them in favor of a Hollywood actor who they thought could get them some good PR. Arnold is NO REAGAN! You were DUPED by the RINO of all RINO's!

48 posted on 10/01/2006 12:35:44 AM PDT by Nice50BMG (3 books to read this year: The Bible (God), Bringing Up Boys (Dobson), Winning the Future (Newt))
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To: Nice50BMG
Sure just as Bill Clinton was never an option for conservatives, when they self-rightously voted for Perot.

And guess what happened: 8 years of Bill Clinton.
49 posted on 10/01/2006 12:38:16 AM PDT by FairOpinion (Dem Foreign Policy: SURRENDER to our enemies. Real conservatives don't help Dems get elected.)
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To: FairOpinion
11135. (a) No person in the State of California shall, on the basis of race, national origin, ethnic group identification, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, color, or disability, be unlawfully denied full and equal access to the benefits of, or be unlawfully subjected to discrimination under, any program or activity that is conducted, operated, or administered by the state or by any state agency, is funded directly by the state, or receives any financial assistance from the state.

I can read... can you read between the lines?

50 posted on 10/01/2006 12:43:57 AM PDT by Nice50BMG (3 books to read this year: The Bible (God), Bringing Up Boys (Dobson), Winning the Future (Newt))
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