Brian, slavery was legal until 1864. Does when it was outlawed have any bearing upon the validity of the law barring it? Of course not. Only an imbecile would imply that a relatively recent law is any less valid than a law that has been on the books for years.And we all agree, no copy of same sex marriage law exists in writing before Y2K, right? Same sex relationships have always existed, their are historic examples in art and law. But same sex marriage law is a new thing, less than 14 years old.
Grow a big boy argument, Brian. Your current broken record chant is an irrelevant obfuscation.
How's that hunt for a compelling governmental interest served by denying same sex individuals rom marrying another, which would render such a restriction constitutional and render your argument valid, going?
Once again, you make yourself look like an idiot.