You can't vote, to take away others rights, its as simple as that.
What if people voted to allow slavery again?
Whenever a law gets passed that some of you supposed "constitutionalists" don't like it's:
"We're a Republic not a democracy"
And when it's something you do like it's:
"Will of the people".
Well I'll tell you what, if I spend enough money I can convince enough people to vote to take your rights away and we'll see how much you enjoy the "will of the people" then.
Loving (1967) was decided based on the equal protection provisions of the 14th Amendment, please show the class where race is specified as a condition?
I don't need to move to marry my partner, we've been married for 27 years and have two fine children that are now adults. But thanks for the unneeded suggestion.
From ZABLOCKI v. REDHAIL
The Constitution does not specifically mention freedom to marry, but it is settled that the "liberty" protected by the Due Process Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment embraces more than those freedoms expressly enumerated in the Bill of Rights.
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"Hey I know you love where you live, where you work, your families all here, but we want to be discriminatory dicks so go live somewhere else".
Nah, sorry Conservative, this issue is already decided, SSM will be the law of the land, we just have a few formalities to deal with.
One of you will end up here next!