That's interesting, homosexuals have the "standing" to challenge state law and rulings in the federal court system, but the people lack standing to challenge such decisions?<quoted text>
I don't think the decision impacts the way states enacts marriage law--for now.
I think that people will individually begin to appeal each state's refusal to recognize same-sex marriages. It will be a gradual process. Some federal districts will refuse hear these appeals, while others will. And once they're at a federal level, I think courts will have a different take on same-sex marriage based on the decisions--specifically the wording--reached earlier this week by the Supreme Court.
Such is the issue with the ruling by the SCOTUS..
But like I said, you are near-sighted, and can't comprehend the deep rooted implications of the SCOTUS opinion.