Not at all a dead issue.
SSM is an integral part of the American outrage and shock at the Liberal devastation wreaked in the past ten years on the formerly beautiful country that was America, along with open borders, unchecked immigration, foreign colonization, the rise of radical jihad, the Liberal destruction of the military, etc., etc.
After last week, people look at the Supreme Court and wonder what happened to reason in America. The corruption is virtually complete and a turnaround absolutely must start soon.
Additionally, the coming homosexual gloating and endless "In your face" disgusting celebrations are going to fuel the rage and anger in this country far beyond what we've seen before.
Last edited by Ray410; 06-28-15 at 03:00 PM.
But if the states accept the ruling, then pretty much, yeah. There are still a lot of other issues to talk about relating to sex and sexuality, but this one will pretty much be settled, assuming none of the states decide to martyr themselves over it.
Just watch. This crowd will still be arguing about it for years.
Generally the pattern in countries that have already legalized SSM is that the center-right parties declare that it is a settled issue and they won't fight it, and then when no politicians are fighting it, approval skyrockets to around 80%. The Tea Party might take some convincing, but I feel like that will be the pattern here as well. However, gay rights as a whole still has many goals to achieve, and we can't forget about LGBT rights because of this.
Social democrat is no longer an accurate description of my views.
It's too good for making political hay of. I imagine there are some who are disappointed that it has been settled, not because they didn't support SSM but because it took away their political football to some degree.
So they'll look for a way to keep it in play and continue scoring political points off it. On both sides, no doubt.
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