If a State, as some have chosen to, doesn't recognize a marriage they are denying American citizens along the clause of equal access ensured in the constitution. Denying recognition of marriage based on the popular opinion of the local mob is denying equal justice and due process. All blatant violations of the U.S Constitution guarantees every citizens is due.
You either believe and respect the Constitution or you're anti-America and don't believe all men are created equal and this government is instituted by all men to guarantee all citizens the protections of the Constitution.
There is no middle ground.
I might say the same for you.
Once again, what state has ever denied anybody marriage? Name just one. And I don't mean not recognizing a marriage, but prohibited a religious union between two people?
Again you sidestepped the question: If it's the SC's order to not deny the "pursuit of happiness" to any two people, then it can apply to any two people, can it not? Father--son, father-daughter, cousins, siblings?
There is nothing in our US Constitution that even mentions marriage. Why should the people of a state be forced something they reject or don't want? My pursuit of happiness is to stay home all day and watch television. Does that mean because I can't do that, my pursuit of happiness is denied by our federal government?