Arnold Schwarzenneger: The Terminator Had The Perfect Comeback To User Bashing Same-Sex Marriage Support Profile Pic

By now, Facebook feeds around the world are filled with profile pictures with a rainbow filter to show support for same-sex marriage law that was legalized across the country. A few days ago, the Inquisitr reported that the United States Supreme Court gave same-sex couples the right to get married and should be treated the same as heterosexual couples.

Same-sex couples and same-sex marriage supporters not only in the United States, but all over the world, celebrated the Supreme Court’s decision. The celebration was evident on the streets and in the online world as well. On Twitter, the hashtag #LoveWins is trending, and many celebrities showed their support through tweets.

“And you can want who you want… Boys and boys and girls and girls.” #lovewins #FINALLY

— Taylor Swift (@taylorswift13) June 26, 2015

One celebrity who showed his support for same-sex marriage is Arnold Schwarzenegger. Yesterday, Arnold, aka The Terminator, changed the profile picture on his Facebook page to one with a rainbow filter. The profile picture garnered more than 250,000 likes and more than 10,000 shares. The post also more than 8,000 comments, but one particular comment from a Facebook user named Jakub Bielawski gained attention.

The user wrote, “What’s wrong with U Arnie? I have to unlike.”

Arnold Schwarzenegger had the perfect response to the user and simply said, “Hasta la vista.”

Arnold Schwarzenegger #LoveWins

The famous catchphrase, “Hasta la vista, baby” was used in Arnold’s Terminator 2: Judgment Day movie, which was released in 1991.

Arnold’s response got the Facebook world in a frenzy, and many people applauded Schwarzenegger’s response to the Facebook user.

One user named Gil Ortega wrote, “Confirming once again why Arnold is Numero Uno.”

Another user named John Lindsey said, “Arnold’s support shouldn’t surprise anyone. Let’s not forget that he was the first man to give birth to a child. I’d say he’s pretty progressive.”

Lindsey was referring to Arnold Schwarzenegger’s 1994 film entitled Junior, where he plays the role of the world’s first pregnant man.

Hamid Bakht did a play on words and replied with the quote, “Come with me if you want to love,” which is a play on Schwarzenegger’s catchphrase in Terminator, “Come with me if you want to live.”

What do you think of Arnold’s response to the user? Share your comments below.

[Images via Facebook/Dominique Charriau/Getty Images for Paramount Pictures]