Yes. That has been my point.Nor will any ruling from the SCOTUS on same sex marriage. Same sex couples can already get married in over half the states in the US. It is quite possible that by the time the SCOTUS does take on a case pertaining to state same sex marriage bans (that it doesn't punt, again), there will be more states that allow same sex couples to marry than there were states that allowed interracial couples to marry when Loving was decided.
My state didn't even have a ruling yet for the same sex marriage cases here in NC, but now we do, after the SCOTUS refused the cases that reached them so far. Since the Circuit Court covering my state already struck down the laws in VA, it only took a ruling by the judge to strike it down here as well.
It should hit 35, which outnumbers pro-interracial marriage states at Loving, within the next few months, certainly before the next time SCOTUS might review another case pertaining to same sex marriage.
States | Freedom to Marry
Same-Sex Marriage Fast Facts - CNN.com
Alaska is likely going to make it 30 (once the legal extras are decided).
Federal judge rules Alaska's same-sex marriage ban unconstitutional | Alaska Dispatch