In a bold departure from official Party of Jesus dogma, California Governator Schwarzenegger has stated his opposition to a proposed California constitutional amendment that would preserve the sanctity of bigotry. Usually Party of Jesus operatives exploit gay civil rights as a wedge issue and draw out the Jeebus Votin’ Joe 6 Pack ‘phobe contingent. Experts estimate that up to 40% of Alabama voters fit this category, but the Governator is in notoriously sinful California.
The Governator was speaking to a comedy touring group with members that pretend to be simultaneously both Republican and gay, the group is known as the Log Cabin Republicans.
“I will always be there to fight against that,” the governor said to thunderous applause at the convention of the Log Cabin Republicans, a national gay Republican organization.
It must be noted that he was addressing a group of possibly gay men in denial about the Party of Jesus policy of exploiting gay issues for political gain, or participating in it for money. Had he been speaking to a group of former Mike Huckleberrybee supporters perhaps a diferent tune might have been sung.
Still, non-aggression from the Governator is at least a distinct improvement for queer Californians.