SAN FRANCISCO, CA – Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger vetoed a financing bill in an unorthodox manner.
Schwarzenegger vetoed the Assembly Bill 1176, which would have ultimately assisted San Francisco with financing concerns.
These types of city-specific bills are often signed without much comment from the Governor. The bill would have created specific financing districts and allowed the City to give them different financing plans.
However, Schwarzenegger returned the unsigned bill with a strange memo:
While Assemblymen were confused by his convoluted note, they soon noticed a controversial hidden message!
Was this an accident? Or did the Governor inappropriately act out?
Schwarzenegger has yet to comment on the found message.
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5 thoughts on “SCHWARZENEGGER VETO LETTER”
This doesn't just say "F**K YOU." It says "I F**K YOU," which is even better. This made my day. He should have added "UP" at the end.
Hooray for "THE GOVERNATOR"!!!
Yes, A perfect Terminator move. Ending the argument and showing just how idiotic some Assemblymen are since it actually took them more then 5 seconds to read his thoughts on the matter.
Good on him. He should be put in the white house for this one.
Too bad Arnie isn't a natural-born citizen. I'd vote for him!