I hate that this is before the Supreme Court at this point. It is way too early and will likely end up being a huge set back for the gay rights movement. I just can't see same sex couples having a constitutional right to marriage. It is nowhere near as clear cut and inevitable as some on this thread have tried to make it sound.
Women (Nasty or otherwise) are going to be the reason that Donald Trump is NEVER President!
Besides, I don't understand why gays are so interested in wanting to get "married" - if someone loves someone else why would recognition from the state be important? That is why I believe this issue has nothing to do with marriage or love and everything to do with activism. I mean there is absolutely nothing stopping homosexuals from engaging in civil contracts with their "lover," and like I said marriage is nothing more than a contract.
I suppose, IMO that gays really don't want gay marriage but they (ignorantly) believe that if the government accepts their demands a) they won something and b) they're finally "accepted" when in reality no one will shift their opinion just because the government recognizes them as "married."
in reality true marriage is what anybody wants it to be and that most certainly doesnt not have to be a faith based sacrament nor is that factually what "true marriage" actually is.
civil contracts are not the same and not equal
sorry but your logic seems very broken to me, do you think blacks and women thought the same thing when they fought for equal rights, you think they just magically thought theyd all be accepted, i know many gays and of course i cant speak for the ones i dont know but none of them think this will grant them instant acceptance
i think you are way off since i see no logic or evidence to suggest anything that you said is true in any large fashion at all.