Even judges offer opinions. One says there's a right to SSM, another says there's no right to SSM. A judge could express that very same opinion. The judge's opinion carries for more weight, but it's still an opinion.<quoted text>
In your opinion, not in reality.
But of course Questy, because we all know that removing the opposite sex requirement from marriage is "logical and sensible", but removing the number restriction is not. Right?(Sigh)There is no requirement to make any and all changes to every law because one change is logical and sensible.
It all boils down to opinion again.
True, but the civil right in question is not denied. It applied to all men and all women equally. Some folks don't like the manner in which they have to exercise it. But the right is the same for all men and women.A civil right cannot be denied to one group ONLY because you are afraid that another group might someday push their cause.
Sorry, that's not rational, and it's not constitutional.