I don’t think any same sex couples are worried about not getting your applause.<quoted text>
Aren't you splitting hairs, now? Any alcoholic will tell you that it is their right to be an alcoholic, and many also live happy, productive lives. This doesn't make the rest of us any more likely to applaud their choices.
Your applause isn’t the issue here, but a point of law.
Your approval or applause is not needed for anyone to marry.
Reading the judges’ comments on DOMA sure shed some light
with DMOA it is more clear
There are some 120,000 legally married same sex couples in the US today. The Judges asked the lawyers for a list of reasons those legally married people should not receive the same federal benefits and protections that any other legally married couple has.
No list appeared, the lawyers didn’t seem to know what to do with that request.
I don’t think DOMA can survive the events today