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Posted on 08/29/2003 1:18:28 AM PDT by jagrmeister
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When Arnold apologizes to the Republical Party for repeatedly stating he was ashamed of the impeachment of Bill Clinton...
Till then, all I have to say is what I have just said, and what I will continue to say.
If Bustamante is the front runner, any conservative could beat him once the truth is hammered out that Bustamante wants to cede sovereignty of California to Mexico ASAP.
Arnold, as is, for nothing.
Arnold Schwarzenegger gave his most detailed comments to date on a range of social and policy issues Wednesday when he appeared on the Sean Hannity and Larry Elder syndicated talk-radio programs. Here are some of the positions he staked out:
_Told Hannity he is "pro-choice" but opposes the late-stage procedures described as "partial-birth" abortions. Asked whether he is in favor of parental notification when minors seek abortions, he replied, "I am. But in some cases when there is abuse in the family or problems in the family, then the courts should decide."
_Said he did not support gay marriage but "I do support domestic partnerships." He said marriage should be between a man and a woman.
_Said he supports a ban on assault weapons, trigger locks under some circumstances and the Brady Bill, which requires background checks on gun purchasers. "I feel that it's important to have, and also I would like to close the loophole of the gun shows," he said, referring to a legal provision that allows unchecked sales at gun shows. But he added, "I think that people should have the right to bear arms."
PRAYER IN SCHOOLS
_"I believe in prayer in school and I think it should be up to the schools, you know, what religion they belong and what direction they want to go," he said.
_Said companies should not be permitted to drill for oil off California's coast. "I think that we should stop the oil drilling and I think that our state government and federal government should negotiate to buy back the leases," he said.
_Indicated support for some form of vouchers. "With No Child Left Behind Act that President Bush has put forward you have a chance that if your school has failed that you can go and take your child to another school," he said. "I believe in that. I think it gives us choices, gives the parents choices, which is extremely important."
_Said he had not yet taken a position on affirmative action or on Proposition 54, the initiative that will appear on the recall ballot and would ban the state from collecting most racial data.
_Said drug legalization was "a bad idea" but he supported legalized medicinal marijuana.
_Indicated support for allowing undocumented immigrants already in the country to remain here, but a spokesman said later he was not specifically proposing an amnesty program.
_Said he opposed legislation to give driver's licenses to illegal immigrants, but that services for illegal immigrants was a complicated issue that was mostly up to the federal government.
_Said Proposition 187, the 1994 measure that denied many services to illegal immigrants, was "history" because it has been largely voided by the courts. He supported the proposition at the time voters approved it. "Now we have to move forward with the whole thing and to look at it, what we're going to do with all the people that are undocumented immigrants here in this state. What should we do? Should we have them to stay here, which I think is the right way to do, but how do you then include them in our society, how do you make it official, how do you make it legal?" he said. He added he would try to team up with other states with large immigrant populations and lobby the federal government to address the issue.
_Refused to take a pledge not to raise taxes, but pledged to raise them only if there was a state emergency.
Published: Wednesday, August 27, 2003 18:09 PDT
As liberal as he is, he still beats any Dimrat and is the only change of bringing order out of the chaos California is in now.
But he's the best chance of what California will be able to bear.
I prefer McClintock, but he has less than a snowball's chance in hell of getting elected in the one of the most godless states in history.
No, Arnold is our best shot.
There is no gun show loophole in California. Buying a firearm from a private party, whether at a gun show or not, is subject to the same background check, waiting period and other requirements as any other firearm purchase in the stateI hope someone on his staff knows this and has informed Mr. S. of this fact. Saying such things makes him look uninformed. If anyone has access to anyone on Mr. S. staff, it might be good to correct this.