Now, I have no problem with people not agreeing with this. I don't know if I fully agree with it.
However, for all the conservatives that go on and on about "activist" judges...the CONSTITUTION is what gives the judges power to deem what is and isn't constitutional. The courst have found that marriage is a constitutional right. Until that's overturned, basing a court decision on their PERSONAL belief that marriage is not a constitutional right would be an ACTIVIST act.
If those in favor of disallowing gay-marriage wish to push some court cases challenging the notion that marriage is not a constitutional right I fully support their ability to do so. But you can't complain about "activist" judges and then complain that judges aren't judging contrary to what constitutional currently is.