You always seem to "omit" Ted Olson's reply to the justice, so I'll help you out once again...
Ted Olson: "Well, you've said -- you've said in the cases decided by this Court that the polygamy issue, multiple marriages raises questions about exploitation, abuse, patriarchy, issues with respect to taxes, inheritance, child custody, it is an entirely different thing. And if you -- if a State prohibits polygamy, it's prohibiting conduct. If it prohibits gay and lesbian citizens from getting married, it is prohibiting their exercise of a right based upon their status.
It's selecting them as a class, as you described in the Romer case and as you described in the Lawrence case and in other cases."
See... Apples and oranges... Conduct vs. status...
It's so simple that even someone like you can understand.
In a few words, he put your "polygamy scare-tactic" to rest.
An embarrassingly stupid argument.
One committed relationship is 'conduct', but another is 'status'?