Nope; the nation is divided nearly 50/50 on it.Amen to that.
The people have spoken....no to homosexual marriage.
Lets put this one to bed, its had more than enough air time.
When 49% of the populace is unhappy with a ruling (including many of those in positions of power), I can assure you, it won't simply be "put to bed".
It will be brought to the polls again and again, until we get our way and the discrimination ceases.
You see, we're on the side of right, and we care more than you do, and American citizens are coming to their senses and converting to pro-equal-rights supporters at a phenomenal rate (for example, I imagine that the rate of equal-marriage-right supporters has more than doubled in the past ten years).
In five years or so, this battle will be won.
Then we can "put it to bed" and move on, because progressive, egalitarian gains in society (such as the civil rights movement, or the women's liberation movement) do not tend to be lost; it is unlikely we will ever lose the right to same-sex marriage, once we've gained it.
Not until then can the matter be "put to bed", though.