MUMBAI: State governor, Arnold Schwarzenegger who opposed last year‘s ballot initiative that made gay marriage illegal-a result upheld today by California‘s Supreme Court-has reaffirmed that the fight certainly wasn‘t over for same-sex couples.
"I think they‘re going to be back," Schwarzenegger said.
"In another year or two they will be back again with another initiative trying to get [gay marriage relegalised]. And you know, eventually it‘s going to be overturned, I‘m sure of that."
The opposition was out in full force tonight, anyway. Thousands of dissenters, including celebs such as Emmy Rossum, Pete Wentz and Kathy Griffin, marched in West Hollywood to support the right for same-sex couples to marry.