SACRAMENTO - As protesters took to the streets for a fifth day, Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger yesterday expressed hope that the California Supreme Court would overturn Proposition 8, the ballot initiative that outlawed same-sex marriage. "It's unfortunate, obviously, but it's not the end," he said about the same-sex marriage ban. "I think that we will again maybe undo that, if the court is willing to do that, and then move forward from there and again lead in that area." Schwarzenegger: Proposition 8 fight isn't over - The Boston Globe While the right to marry the person you love is one that each state should decide for themselves and states like California have made that decision in the ballot box, it appears that when the voters do not meet with the Governators approval they do not matter. I wonder if he would have said the same thing had he lost his last election? The gay community has every right to seek redress through the courts if thats the avenue they wish to persue, but what is lost here is the fact that this was on the ballot , and was voted on by the people of the state of Ca. and as we had a similar measure pass here in Az. it was the expressed will of the people. For a Gov. that quite frankly cannot manage his own states affairs , and is presiding over a massive budget crisis and is seeking a Federal Bailout, it would seem that he would at least respect the willl of the voters and allow the gay community to seek their own options if they were not happy with the results.